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06-23-2003 03:14 PM
Kevin45 Talk to your local jobber but you can probably use Fish Eye Eliminator or FEE for short.

06-23-2003 10:15 AM
Hellzapoppin I'm no expert but this sounds like "fish eyes" and it's usually caused by silicone contamination. Ain't got a clue how to cure it but I'm sure someone will.
06-22-2003 09:44 AM
tiny spots in ABS painting plz. help

I am facing problem in painting ABS components of two wheeler exterior body
.At the primer stage I am getting some spots where primer is not adhereing,even after base and final caot this remain as a dipression.
I am having PU painting system for ABS.
any body can help

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