As the title suggests, I have some questions about hazy beer. So I just brewed a blonde ale (didn't turn out very blonde, but that's besides the point) and I believe that my beer has acquired the dreaded chill haze. I am attributing the haze to this cause because as far as I can tell there aren't any outstanding off flavors due to infection or the like. I read that chill haze may be due to the hot break and cold break conditions. I don't think my cold break had any problems but my stove top that I used for boiling the wort is pretty shitty and the hot break took a long while (which may have also contributed to the darker beer color?). Aside from buying a new burner, is there anything that can be done to remedy this problem? Also I read that Irish moss/Whirfloc tablets help reduce haze but aren't recommended to use in extract beers, which mine is. Does the chemistry behind these methods not work properly or what? If anyone can shed some light on my situation I would be very appreciative, and also can get back to brewing ASAP. Thanks in advance.