Okay so I have done a pretty good amount of research on this topic and Im convinced to at least try some gelatin in order to cure my chill-haze-riddled homebrew. I have BeirMuncher's technique and im going to trust it (seems to be what everyone does):
"I use a tablespoon per five gallon batch.
Mix it with hot tap water in a sauce pot, about 1 cup of water per tablespoon.
Stir it up and let it sit for 20-30 minutes to hydrate and bloom.
Put the pot on the stove and heat until it looks like it’s about to start boiling…don’t boil.
Cool slightly (I put my pot in a cold water bath).
Add it (gently) to the secondary (or keg) as you’re racking your beer."
Looks good to me!
However, am I supposed to keep a gelatinized secondary sitting at room temp for a few days before cold crashing? Maybe go straight to cold crashing? And how long to cold crash for effective settling?
I think im good after I know that.
A watched pot does boil!