I just copied and pasted what I found in an old message of mine here:
Here's a response for furniture polish/wax from Axiom.
A quality furniture wax (Black Bison, Goddard's, Butcher's Wax, Antiquax, and Renaissance Wax.) is the way to go.
Butcher's isn't the greatest. It's for floors only. Too heavy and cloudy. Furniture wax only, like Briwax (and maybe some of those mentioned, too, as long as it's for furniture only and w/o carnuba).
Technically, I don't think you're supposed to apply any waxes to wooden pieces that are finished with a water-born catalyzed varnish, because there are no waxes or oils inherent in the finish itself. I guess it would present a problem if you ever had to strip the wax, since you'd need a mineral spirits solvent to do so, and that's not good for a water-born catalyzed varnish.
I've done it to veneers w/o incident. Just don't apply with steel wool (even plastic steel wool). I'd just use a lint-free rag to apply and buff out.