. I have this desk all ready to get lacquered and man o’ man how I love the smell of lacquer. I get all ready to start my process and begin to shoot the desk. I do this this way most of the time. I shoot a coat of lacquer sealer let it rest an hour or so and then sand with 600 grit paper. I then start my top coat, I do this step pretty much the same as the sealer. When I go back to check my work about 1/2 hour later the top has all of these bubbles in it. What the @#*^ is this??? After some consulting with others and so consoling as well I have been hit by the fish eye finish. Has anyone and, I am sure there are plenty that have, had this happen to them? If so what did you do to fix it?
What is so weird about this is that it only did it on the veneered top none of the hardwood or plywood got it. Which really threw me for a loop.
-- I cut it twice and the damn thing is still too short!@#$%