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I’m new to this place and in search of some major help! I’m painting the kitchen cabinets and I’m having serious issues with the top coat drying with micro bubbles all over the place! It goes on smooth and looks glassy, but then it starts to dry and that’s where things turn. It looks like here are thousands of them throughout the entire surface and have no idea why this is happening. I’ve tried FFT 210, FFT 414 and a 515 which all have left me with the same results. I’ve tried thinning to 2% and it still happens to me again. I have no clue where to go from here to fix this and don’t want to accept this is how my cabinets will look! Please help if anyone has had this problem before and knows how to fix this issue!
 

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