(my recent Mercury review refers)
Mannheim is great as used on the brightwork - stainless, aluminum, etc. wouldn't use anything else. See results on a Mercedes monoblock.
USA, South Carolina
A special request from one of our guys . After a clay and polish etc we used this wax on this Mercedes. A walk in the park to use and a sight to see once done . No need to ask for more . Regards Tom from Refined Automotive detailing
After an email conversation with John, I cleaned one panel with Pure and then applied the Bavaria Twins followed by Titan. At this point the paint was looking pretty good. The following day I applied Mannheim and this added some depth, gloss and an overall wet look to it. Really pleased with how it looks and will now duplicate this process on the rest of the vehicle. The was is very easy to use just take care not to put too much on your applicator as it is relatively soft and it is easy to pick up to much if you press to hard when loading the pad. Easy to spread over the panel and buffed with no effort after 30 minutes. I'm not sure what the exact scent is but for me, it was very pleasant. You can apply this without the Titan but I wanted to try it with Titan in the first instance and as I am happy with how it turned out, I'm going to stick with this approach.