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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked as indicated Had a problem with fish eye on earlier painting after adding fish eye eliminator on fish eye.
Date published: 2013-10-09
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I have used this in a single stage, but in a BC/CC use in both base and clear???

Asked by: robM
Fisheye reducer should only be used in extreme cases where you cannot otherwise eliminate the source of your contamination issues. If you have already cleaned and re-cleaned the surface, verified that your air lines and paint gun are free of oil or other contaminants, and you have eliminated all environmental causes of fisheyes like silicone polishes, waxes, etc. which may have been used near your paint area, and you still can't get control of the fisheyes, then you could use a small amount of fisheye eliminator. You can use the fisheye eliminator in both the base coat and clear coat if you decide that the situation is bad enough to warrant it.
Answered by: MikeL
Date published: 2014-10-04
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Eastwood's Fish-Eye Eliminator Pint

Item #14498Z Brand: Eastwood

Eases surface tension, allows coating to flow properly

Details

Eastwood's Fish-Eye Eliminator is designed to combat fish eyes or cratering in urethane finishes. Fish eyes are caused by contamination, most often in the form of silicone, water, oil and/or grease on the substrate. The best defense against fish eyes is a properly prepared surface and clean work environment; however sometimes, despite efforts to keep things clean, contamination appears. In those situations, a little Fish-Eye Eliminator goes a long way to ease surface tension and allow the coating to flow properly. 16 ounce can treats 16 gallons of sprayable paint.

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About Eastwood's Fish-Eye Eliminator Pint

Eastwood's Fish Eye Eliminator is designed to combat fish eyes or cratering in urethane finishes. Fish eyes are caused by contamination, most often in the form of silicone, water, oil and/or grease, on the substrate. The best defense against fish eyes is a properly prepared surface and clean work environment, however sometimes despite efforts to keep things clean, contamination appears. In those situations, a little Fish Eye Eliminator goes a long way to ease surface tension and allow the coating to flow properly. 16 ounce can treats 8 gallons of sprayable paint.


Contents

16 fluid ounces, 1 pint


Accessories

51550 Concours HVLP Paint Gun, 50104ZP Universal Urethane Reducer, 34054 Hobby Air Fresh Air System, 20473 2 Stage Dry Air System


Application

Mix 1/2 ounce to one quart of sprayable paint. Add to paint, mix thoroughly, apply paint as you normally would. For use with urethane paints only!


Safety

always wear proper eye, skin and respiratory protection when painting. Always paint in a well ventilated area away from open flame. Consult paint supplier's product information sheet and MSDS for specific safety warnings.


Warranty

Made in USA. 1 year shelf life


Application

mix 1/2 ounce to one quart of sprayable paint. Add to paint, mix thoroughly, apply paint as you normally would. For use with urethane paints only!


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