Bro you need to buy some of these products first, as your bike needs allot of attention and apkay 6 ghantay to gaye is per. But if you're passionate you'll not regret spending time and money on it...
1) micro fiber cloths (3)
2) Car shampoo
3) 3M rubbing Compound
4) Good Polish
5) Quality Wax
7) Turtle chrome Polish
Micro fibers cloth is best and safe for paint surface, it minimizes the risk of swirls and it dries efficiently than ordinary cloth. Use a good quality car shampoo which contains wax in it. 3M rubbing Compound, for removing scratches, swirls, oxidation marks and restoring shine... Wax will act as a finishing product, if you have economical budget then you can opt for TURTLE WAX HARD SHELL... It's good for bikes and it lasts 4-5 days. Sealant is optional, it actually protects and maintains shine for months
1) wash your bike thoroughly with shampoo and dry it with micro fiber
2) let it dry and use a cloth and apply TURTLE CHROME WAX on it. Apply it on chrome parts and rub until the RUST is removed and the shine is there. Wipe the polished surface with clean cloth to wipe the residue off. Do this to all chrome parts , chrome Polish will refresh the shine
3) Grab the rubbing Compound and pour it on cloth, and apply it evenly in linear motions on paint surface, use of force is needed here! Spray sprinkles of water over the surface and keep rubbing again, do this to tank and side covers then remove them with clean micro fiber. Be careful with application, using too much will damage the paint as well...
4) one you wipe it off, you'll see the bike is shining and most of the scratches are removed and surface is smooth also, apply polish with applicator pad or foam on the paint surface and wipe it off after a minute or two
5) apply wax over it with the applicator or foam and wipe it off after a minute.... Your bike's shine should be a surprise for you....
And about your bike's silencer, there's nothing much you can do with it, the matte color has been scratched and it's rusted now....
I hope it helps. I'm not aware of " dry to haze " terminology