So I did a little polishing on my car and decided to use Shine and Seal and Hard Body, because my 21 year old single stage black paint is quite soft. My process was this: Menzerna SIP with Lake Country purple foamed wool on the rotary, followed by power finish on Uber green pad and a DA, then wipedown with Top Inspection, Shine and Seal on Uber blue, then Hard Body on Uber black. And when I was using Shine and Seal, it gave me some problems on one of my doors, like it was sticking to the paint. I know you don't let it dry, but once it started acting up I literally took two seconds to put the DA down and wipe it off. Not sure that the problem is but I've never encountered this before. Here's some pics of what it was doing. And for some reason, it only did it to the door, the rear quarter was fine. Same exact process So I stopped using S&S, polished the door with Super Finish, wiped it down with Top Inspection again, and just went straight to applying Hard Body. I used the 'mist it on the pad' method and applied it to the whole car. After it had cured for its 15 minutes, I began to remove it as usual. It looked fine at first, but as I got further in, I noticed that areas I had already removed the HB, a haze had returned. So I wiped it again, it went away, and then slowly returned. Wipe it with a little more pressure and still returned. The entire car is like this. Here's some pics of that I wiped a spot with Top Inspection to see if that would help and it did, but probably removed the sealant. You can see the area on the hood below on the passenger side Engine lid, trunk, wing, all looked the same Rear bumper Fender The temperature was mid to low 70's, it wasn't humid at all, paint was nice and cool. I've never seen either of these products react like this. Is this stuff just allergic to single stage paint? Now I have to find time to polish it off and use a standard sealant. Anybody else have this experience? Am I doing something madly wrong?