Well, I did a dark red and black craw pattern lure in Solarez tonight. I got the same haze Thad reported. I stirred the Solarez to dispel some of the waxy coating on the liquid's surface, dipped the lure, let it drip for a couple of minutes, then cured it in a nail UV dryer 15 seconds ON, 30 seconds OFF for several minutes, which is the schedule recommended on the jug. The ambient temp was about 55, the Solarez temp was about 70, the humidity was high (it's raining here).
Aghast at the results, I immediately wet sanded the lure with 1500 grit, which removed the haze but left a frosty white surface. When the lure is wet, you can't see any haze but it looks like crap when it's dry. I did not get this problem on a light shad color bait on which I brushed Solarez in an initial test. I put up the Solarez, dipped the rest of the batch in moisture cured urethane (MCU), then dipped the Solarez lure in MCU too.
Who knows where I went wrong? Temperature, humidity, dipping vs brushing, UV cure schedule? I haven't figured this stuff out! But I won't be using it on dark painted lures anytime soon, until I can avoid the hazing problem. I don't sell crankbaits so having a pristine jewel-like finish is not a priority - but there are limits, even for me.
Incidental observation: When clearing the hook hangers with a Dremel and micro drill bit, the Solarez seems harder and tougher than epoxy. It becomes a very fine white powder when sanded or zipped out of hook hangers.