Cleaner wax isn’t very good in my opinion, cuz it takes off old coats as you apply. I only waxed the handle section, because the sections inside? You’ll end up with white gunk everywhere.
I only waxed them to keep them looking new so the guys wouldn’t beat it up and take better care of them.
I found that using a high quality epoxy on all the sections maybe twice per year really makes a difference.
Best way to do it in my opinion, mix an extremely small portion (when you THINK you have a small portion, cut that in half) and have a double pair of rubber doctor gloves on and wipe your hand in the epoxy and roll it down the pole.
All you need is enough to get it “wet”.
Make SURE you prep it first or its a waste of time.
You gotta scuff sand the sections, take the glossy coat off or at least scuff it so the epoxy can have something to stick to. Make sure you ain’t going to be using that pole for at least 3 or 4 days because you have to really let it cure.
If you put more epoxy on than that, you will make it so the pole is too fat and won’t slide well.