So I was cleaning up my boots today and went to apply my usual coating when it hit me. I've been using Dr. Marten's Wonder Balsam for years now. It's coconut oil, lanolin and beeswax! All natural stuff with no smell that I can figure. So I figured..... hmmm....let's see how this works on a pipe! It's very soft stuff so just using my finger I applied some all over the briar. Let it sit for a little while (had to eat supper anyway )and then wiped off the excess with one of those microfiber towels. Wow! I gotta admit it guys, I like the results. No discernible smell, applied and wiped off easily, and this stuff is easy to find in most good shoe stores. All the pipe waxes/polishes I've found contain either carnauba and/or beeswax. I figure coconut oil, lanolin, and beeswax are all natural substances, often times used in beauty products, so to me there shouldn't be a problem using it on a pipe. FWIW, I've no links to Doc Marten in any way other than being a customer of theirs. So I just finished a bowl of Drama Reserve in the pipe and I can't taste or smell anything different than before polishing it. Guys, methinks my new pipe polish/wax is Doc Marten's Wonder Balsam!