Fining or filtering just speeds up the process.
there are things we can do to expedite the process.
That's what I'm looking to do.
I'm brewing all grain, my mash temps depend on my brew but they are in line with normal temps (149-155 depending). I monitor my pH with a hand-held pH meter that is calibrated fairly frequently and I try to mash at about pH 5.4. I cool with an immersion chiller and I think my hot/cold break is ok.
In short, my beer will clear just fine with time and usually the last glass is crystal clear but I want to get the rest of the keg clearer. I fine with gelatin dissolved in water and added to cold beer (fridge temp or colder). I just find that although it helps, it isn't as clear as I'd like.
Is there any reason to fine a second time with the same fining?
Mostly this applies to beer I want to clear quickly to take somewhere or enter into competition.