Hey- I have been painting cabinets for a pretty good while but today I ran into a problem. I had deglossed with scuff sanding and one of those liquid sandpaper products and sprayed on some Zinnsner 1-2-3- Bullseye PremiumLatex and then after it had dried over night, sanded it and sprayed on some SW ProClassic Latex with the airless tip above. Now I will say this, I have used that hose and gun a long time and although I change gun filters a lot I am not sure when I changed this one and I didn't strain the paint. It was a little windy and I sprayed outside. There are no trees for well over 300 ft away and most were downwind. What I saw was a wonderful smooth finish but it has some tiny tiny little bumps and specks and even some little tiny long, I mean small ridges mostly going one way but not always--. Tomorrow I plan to strain the paint, get a new filter, the tip is brand new---the stuff I am seeing is pretty small but the customer is way beyond picky--I probably will swap to a lower sheen paint or maybe topcoat with a lowsheen if I can, but do you have any ideas?