Hi all, I am not a car buff (pun intended). So in the past I have never bothered to wax my cars: just keep them clean and out of the baking sun whenever possible, etc. But I have this tiny issue going on. I have used some touch up paint on a tiny area that is scratched; I knocked the paint down with wet 2000 grit sandpaper. In doing so I hazed the clear coat in that spot. I can shine it up with Meguiar's buffing compound, but after a while the hazy patch comes back. I looked into putting clear coat back on that spot. But the Directions sound dubious to me: mask off the surrounding area, put on two or three light coats with at least twenty minutes drying time between coats; followed by one "heavier" coat. Finally, buff/blend the new clear coat in with the surrounding areas. Hmm! Sounds way too subjective to me. I do not get along well with spray-anything. So I'm wondering which product in wax or rub-on type applications is the longest lasting (best) one to keep the polished hazy area from returning?