Work your way around the whole vehicle covering all areas and ensure no cleaning product is left on the glass.
Move onto cleaning the interior of the glass. The inside of the windscreen can be one of the most awkward areas of a car to clean so be sure to take your time, ensure all areas are covered and regularly check your work for smears and marks.
Folding your cloth regularly to reveal a fresh surface helps to achieve a smear free finish.
Apply a designated glass polishing product to a microfibre or sponge applicator pad and dab the pad over the area to be worked upon and evenly spread the product.
Once the product had been sufficiently spread, begin to thoroughly work the product in using both circular and linear motions, reapplying the product as necessary.
Again, work your way around the vehicle ensuring all areas are covered and that the polish is thoroughly worked in.
Use a small amount of product to polish the mirrors, being careful not to touch the surrounding paintwork.
The inside of the glass can also be polished but it is advised this be undertaken before the interior is cleaned as some glass polishes do create dust during the buffing process.
Following the manufacturers guidelines for product curing time, buff off the polish with a clean microfibre towel. Fold the towel regularly to reveal a clean fresh surface for buffing.
Take your time and check your work regularly to ensure all polish residue is removed. To aid you in removing polish residue if necessary, a light mist of detailing spray can be used during buffing, not forgetting to remove residue from mirrors and any other small details.