I usually use WD-40 for cutting and tapping aluminum and it works well. Disadvantages are it's quite flammable, it stinks and it's hard to control from the spray cans.
I found a product today and have been testing it tonight, tapping and cutting. It seems to work very nicely. It is totally odorless, slightly higher viscosity than WD-40 and about the same price. It comes in a more controllable trigger spray bottle. It is crystal clear and non-toxic. The active ingredient is isoparaffin. It is basically very thin mineral oil. It is flammable but I tested that and it is much less volatile than WD-40.
The product is called Snow Shooter and is used to stop snow from sticking to snow plows and snow shovels etc. Cost is about $6.00 cdn for half a liter. Probably not available in Florida...