Results.Well, they spent 9 hours in the sun yesterday.
Maximum temperature reached was 134 F.
Hertel and CH4 tracks did not seep or flow past their tape lines, irrespective of the quantity dripped at any point on the line.
(the tape-trimmed edge of large blobs was perfectly in line with the tape-trimmed edge of small ones)
The graphite-added CH4 did not flow any more than the clear stuff.
The Toko graphite track was harder to quantify, the tape lines were still visible in the black material, however there was considerable flow and seep past those of clear wax. In other words, the additives stayed put where the iron dripped them, and the clear low-melt-point wax flowed past the tape lines.
And stopped. It did not wet the base of the ski, in spite of there being more than sufficient wax to do so with iron application.
With a respectful tip of the hat to NE1 and the doubters above, I conclude that this method is highly unlikely to be useful to me, and I don't find further experiment time is remotely justified.
Should others feel the urge to continue, I suggest that any improved lubricity effects are due to the fraction of the applied wax with lowest melting point.
For the sake of comparing oranges to oranges, the results of ironed or corked application of just said fraction should be compared to results of solar application.