I actually was trying to fix a couple of runs in a finish by scraping them with a razor blade and I accidentally scraped too far down and hit the primer. So - I tried something but before I do anything else, I'd like some advice. I should tell you I'm using Reranch sonic blue and Sherwin Williams Lovoc lacquer (nitro). What I did was sand a lot of the runs out and if I hadn't gone color on a couple of tiny spots I would have probably been able to just spray more clear and been good. But - I didn't want to see the spots so I sprayed more color. Anyone that's ever done this knows that the color mixed with the clear looks like crap because you've got fresh color laying on other color that was sprayed with clear - and clear lacquer tints the color. My question is - if I spray more clear over that color, will I be ok once I start leveling the clear? Will the clear mix with the color (melt into the color coat) so that everything will look more uniform? Or am I better off starting over? I ask because isn't what I've done basically the same thing that one might do to fix a chip in a guitar by using drop fills? Thanks.