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Bubbles in my top coat.

I would like to know of a good way to get rid of bubbles in the finished product, I ended up with a couple of air bubbles and would like to know the best way to get rid of them.

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The moister that is trapped under the coating that is causing the problem may dissipate (maybe)
If not you will need to cut out the area with a razor blade and re-coat the area.

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