polish for real, versus vinyl, linoleum

Is Armstrong Floor Polish, which is for "real" linoleum, also suitable for the more prevalent synthetic "vinyl" linoleum," or not?
I learned recently the original forumlation of linoleum was from an oil ("oleum") of the linseed plant ("lin"). But it's rare if not obsolete now, having been replaced by vinyl made in the chem lab. I refloored my bathroom and put in real linoleum. It needs to be covered with polish, which I did, and the Armstrong Floor Polish is the indicated product for that. I have a lot of it left over, and other areas of my house with regular vinyl "imitation" linoleum. Is that polish OK to use on vinyl, or is it a "real linoleum only" product?
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On Sun 07 May 2006 12:17:06a, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it david?

Most vinyl flooring does not require wax. In fact, the wax won't stick to many of the vinyls.
Is this a paste wax (typical for linoleum) or liquid? You'd stand a better chance of it possibly working with paste wax.
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On 7 May 2006 10:31:52 +0200, Wayne Boatwright <wayneboatwright_at_gmail.com> wrote:>On Sun 07 May 2006 12:17:06a, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it david?

Thank you. It's liquid. It's shown here:
http://www.armstrong.com/resflram/na/sheet/en/us/fc_detail.asp?productId .0
I think I'll just reserve it for my real bathroom linoleum, and consider myself lucky to have a 2-lifetime supply.
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