I was asked about this product at the Indianapolis meeting and, with some investigation on the net, I believe that this is a solution very, very similar to the Hut shellac and wax solution. There are several available probably the most recognized is Shellawax. These give a nice finish and a sweet glow and do all of this quickly without toxic fumes. The problem I have experienced is that the finish does not hold up well. I have looked at the MSDS and, though there are some subtle differences, they are all the same when it comes to a wax, usually carnuba, and shellac mix. The oils and moisture of human skin will cause the finish to dull and begin to look dirty after a short time...wax does not repel moisture ie. water rings on waxed furniture from moist glasses. There is a simple solution to the draw back, don't use the pen; I suppose you could let the dog use it, their hands don't sweat.
Thees are my findings, your results may vary.
Uninvited, I'll add my 2 cents worth. Some time back I did a Dr. Woodshop demo for our local IAP meeting. After the demo I was ask how does this finish hold up, my answer was I don't know, take the pen use it carry it and bring it back to the next meeting. After about 2 months of daily carry the pen looked great. My suggestion is to try the Dr. Wood Shop finish, but don't condemn it till you try it. I don't know what the stuff has in it as compared to other friction polishes. What I do know is that it works well for me.