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Old 04-19-2014, 06:07 AM
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I paint horse trailers, no I don't have the perfect conditions to paint and with the size of trailers it is impossible to perfectly clean the paint. My area to paint in currently covered in tarps with some exposure to weather. I am painting with rustoleum, 1 prmer, 2 topcoats. Considering using fish eye eliminator has I have had fish eye problems.

Should the FEE be used with Rustoleum and when the conditions cant be controlled?

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Should the FEE be used with Rustoleum and when the conditions cant be controlled?
I'd ask the manufacturer. First for a go, no-go, and then if they offer FEE that is compatible with their product.
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The best practice is to avoid using fish eye eliminator all together, however, I can't imagine trying to completely clean a horse trailer and prep for paint in any reasonable fashion, especially in less than the best conditions. If you find that you have no other alternative than to use the fish eye eliminator, a few drops of baby oil or ATF will provide the same end results with enamel based paints.

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