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  1. Hi Newbie! Good question. I would suggest hitting target areas with a scotch bright pad; wiping down with mineral spirits to remove all dust; and overcoating from there with final touch up top coat if you have any paint to spare. If you do not have any paint left, a machine polish / rubbing compound followed by finishing compound should to the trick also. I hope this is helpful, let me know how you make out. -Lizzie