I painted my own car..In Black....... Man if that isn't scary enough. When I was finished it shined really well but I had some runs and some orange peel. Everyone told me to color sand it so I did. I sanded (carefully) the runs out with 800, I went over the entire car with 1500 and then 2000. The paint when I finished sanding had a very dull shine to it. Almost like a flat paint. So I went to buffing........ I used a wool pad the first pass with a product my paint store recommended. I believe EZ cut.. I went over that with a foam pad, blue in color and the second finest one listed on the chart. I used Meguiars Mirror glaze 2.0 with the blue foam pad.... I run it just at the 2 setting on the buffer. I keep the pad flat as I can. I guess this is where I am lost. I can't get the shine back. No matter what I do, Even though I don't really know what I am doing, It's hazy looking. Even if I do get a decent shine to it, It goes back to hazy looking after awhile. I don't know if there is another step I should be doing, or if I am doing it all wrong. I tried using a lot of polish which actually makes it look worse. It seems that if I just use a little polish and keep going over and over the same area, if finally dies out and that's where I get my best shine, but still hazy. Any tips and advice you can give me?