so a few years back i purchased a whole suite of products and a porter cable to maintain the paint on my family's cars. it was fun for a while, but then life happened and i lost interest and basically stopped caring for my 2003 mazdaspeed protege. The time has come to sell the car as i have a new one on order and it seemed like a good idea to break out the old detail supplies and try to make the car look as good as possible. the car is never going to be 100% without body work and a lot of replacement parts, but id like to make the paint look as shiny as i can. today i spent about 4 hours washing, claying and attempting to polish the paint and the results were less than satisfying. the hood in particular is very hazy and i was unable to bring back the shine. i spent maybe an hour and a half on the hood alone and while it feels great and has a very smooth surface, its still dull. here is what i used: porter cable da polisher step 1 adams haze and swirl remover - orange stuff, with adams orange cutting pad step 2 adams fine machine polish with adams white pad step 3 adams sealant applied with adams black pad. unfortunately i don't have any pictures, i will get some tomorrow. but im wondering if my products are the issue? do i need something more heavy to cut through severe haze? ive been watching videos and a lot of people seem to be all about the megs microfiber cutting disks. not really sure where to go from here. any advice would be much appreciated.