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Glossy Accents when dry on art tiles dip in the middle

After spending hours on making art tiles I applied the glossy accents from the outside of my square and then filled in the middle (1" square tile) The tiles wer left on a flat surface in a room where no-one else goes in to. Next day 90% of the tiles had large dips in the middle

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Sounds like you're describing what we usually call a 'fish eye' in the paint. It usually comes from a greasy film on the surface. Normally the surface would need to be cleaned/degreased and/or primed before painting. Not sure what was involved in your process of 'making art tiles' but if you painted them with an oil/alkyd/solvent based paint, it could create a 'fish eye' effect if the glossy accents you applied on top is latex/water-based.

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