SO my son has a strat...he's 9...it's a 2000 bullet in fiesta red. he wanted red sparkle. I painted it, cleared it, polished it. Didn't think it was good enough...so re-sanded flat so I could re-do the wet sanding as it wasn't really great. Tonight I flat sanded and it was ready to go. Then my wife knocked it to the floor and a section of paint chipped off. It's big...real big. So now I have to fix this. It's down to the primer. I have to re-paint the area, obviously, and then re-clear it...obviously. What's the best way to do this without ruining the rest of the guitar? Do I have to start all over or do I just spray that area as best I can (with acceptable overlap) and then clear it a billion times again and then sand it back again...and then do the wet-sanding?