Hi, Just signed up after a bit of lurking - gathering some of the excellent info available here. Over the summer I've been working on my first build - a cheap jazzmaster style kit. I've reached a point where I'm not sure of my next move. Its been sprayed with BIN white primer / filler, wet sanded, then sprayed surf green nitro from a rattle can (Northwest Guitars in UK). The surface is now rough, as can be seen if you zoom into the attached pics. In addition there are some spots visible, blobs of paint spat out of the can? I think the options are: 1. wet sand and hopefully avoid going though to primer, 2. continue with the process and spray clearcoat that will level out the roughness, 3. spray more colour make sure to get proper wet coat, then continue to clear. I'm not sure which of those is the best way to go, or maybe there's another better solution. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. M.