- Spraying over surfaces contaminated with oil, wax, silicone, grease, etc.
- Use of thinner/reducer in place of a solvent cleaner.
- Spraying over previously repaired areas containing "fisheye eliminator" additive.
- Remove wet paint film with solvent, clean and refinish.
- Add the recommended fisheye eliminator and respray the affected area.
- If fisheyes appear in a basecoat, allow the color to flash then spray a mist coat over affected area. Do not use fisheye eliminator in undercoats or basecoat color.
- If the paint has dried, sand to a smooth finish below the fisheye cratering and refinish.
- Thoroughly clean the surface to be painted with detergent and hot water, followed by the recommended solvent cleaner. Wipe dry with clean rags.
- Use fisheye eliminator that is specifically recommended for the topcoat.
- Install an air filtering system that removes and prevents oil and moisture contamination.
- Maintain air supply by draining, cleaning and changing filter(s) on a routine basis.