I use an automotive wax. 100% carnuba turtle wax to be exact. I find it lasts longer, leaves a slicker finish on the saw, and transfers absolutely no residue to the workpiece at all.
Easy to apply, smells good, and a lot cheaper too.
Just make sure you only use 100% carnuba wax, with no additives.
I found 2 cracked cans in a clearance section at a box store over 3 years ago. Still have 1 1/2 cans left, and I wax my tables about once a month. (production shop, medium volume)
Table saw, band saw, jointer, planer, and spindle sander as well.
Don't forget to wax your fence sides as well.
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