The Fine Things are Always Hand Made
After wiping off the excess, I just keep the surface clean and dusted with an occasional polish using a product containing no silicone.
I have used Johnsons paste wax in recent years. (yes - the yellow tin floor wax). On workshop machinerysurfaces and on cabinets. Use sparingly and polish out well.
A friend of ours, who works with antique furniture, recommended using neutral kiwi paste shoe polish. I tried it and it does a very good job of taking off dirt and dust, and leaves a nice finish. You can actually see your reflection in the finish. A simple wipe down with a dry cloth takes care of any dust.
Also used show polish years ago with nice results. - Dave
I have a Capehart with an intact finish that's slightly crazed but pretty faded. Would the finish benefit from an application of this mixture?