Never-dull works about as well.
In terms of performance, Never-dull and Brasso are about neck and neck.
So it depends upon your preference. Brasso is in liquid form and you wipe it on, let it set for a bit, polish it and wipe it off.
You do the same thing with Never-dull but it isn't a liquid, it comes in polish saturated wadding. Polish the brass with the wadding, then throw the wadding away and final polish with a clean cloth.
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