A few days ago, decided to pull out my new bottle of Ceriglass, and polish up the '97 Toyota Rav4 windshield. Glass was covered with 1000's of light scratches, windshield wiper markings, and a film/ haze. No good.
In addition to the CeriGlass, I used Griott's Garage 6" glass polishing pads and a Snap On rotary. Never used a rotary before in my life, was a bit nervous, didn't want to screw anything up and create more damage. Read a few articles on rotary use and practiced for a few minutes on a small section of glass (passenger side).
CeeDogs CeriGlass product review/ tutorial/ advice proved invaluable; I kept the machine between 1000-1200 RPM's and made numerous back and forth/ up and down sweeps across sections of the glass. Had to spray water on glass more frequently than I thought, but perhaps this was due to the warm/ dry weather conditions that day.
A bit over 3 hours later I decided to end the procedure, my arms and shoulders were pretty sore at that point. After cleaning up glass to view results, I was amazed at difference, like night and day. Pics attached, two 'before' and one 'after'.
I am one happy camper!