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Training & tips


We have been developing and producing polishing agents for industry and handicrafts since 1888. We want to pass on the experience we have gained over decades. On our knowledge platform, you will find tips and tricks for car detailing. For perfection in car polishing, we offer professional Menzerna training. You will get to know Menzerna’s range of polish theoretically and, above all, practically.

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Detailing Seminars from Polishing Experts

Polishing Trainings

In a one-day training seminar, experienced Menzerna trainers will convey the application of machine paint polishes to you in a step-by-step way. This intensive polishing training is appropriate for beginners as well as advanced students. You will also learn to polish professionally and successfully with the polishing machine.

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Questions & answers

Do you have a question? We have the answer. In our knowledge database you will find instructions, recommendations and answers relating to the topic of car polishing.

To the FAQs

Menzerna’s premium polishes are available both at local dealers and online in car care shops. You can quickly find the right contact person for you with our dealer search.

Heavy Cut Polish: to remove heavy signs of use / deep scratches in the car (grit between P1200 and P2000).
Medium Cut Polish: to remove medium signs of use / scratches in the car (grit P3000).
Finish Polish: to remove holograms in the car and create high gloss.
Sealing: to protect the surface after polishing.

To the products!

The Menzerna Premium Pads are color-coordinated with the polish labels. On our website you will find the recommended polishing accessories on the individual product pages. Go to the product overview.

Deep scratches are best removed with a rotary polishing machine in combination with a Heavy Cut Polish. An abrasive pad is the right choice. Depending on the scratch, it can be polished with the Heavy Cut Foam Pad or Lambskin Pad. Sanding may be necessary before polishing.