At work we have either a Delta or a Rockwell international 10" TS. I'm pretty sure it's the latter. Since it's a Navy Marina, we build docks not cabinetry. And the most plentiful wood is the rough-cut green pressure-treated cyanide kiln-dried variety which we buy at Dixieline since HD won't give quanity discounts. Paste wax may make airplanes go faster but it slows down boats so you generally won't find it in the Chandlery. We use "Sail Lube" silicone spray lubricant on both the blade and table, and wood just screams through the saw, dangerously fast. The marina is located about 300 yards from the Pacific ocean, on the west side of San Diego Bay. The air is humid, and salty, from the oceans breakers. Do you still think wax would be the better way to go? Elvin
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Dry Silicone vs. Paste wax