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fine POLISHING, as opposed to buffing, compound, (normally white), and soft cotton cloth and have at it. You're going to have to work at it with a cloth loaded with compound. Keep the surface wet (damp) with compound, it don't polish much when it's dry. Do a little right in the middle of the mess with the tip of your finger and the compound loaded cloth. No hard pressure just brisk, you should rub fast enough to feel the heat. Then clean it off and see if you are making progress. The process will actually take off some clearcote but not much and also blend the surface. If you can get to that point repost and I'll tell you how to hid (blend) the entire mess.
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