I think I understand. Now that you have temporarily painted it, I see no reason you couldn't just sand it with 700 grit to remove any shine and to make the surface rough enough to hold paint. Then, repaint the base coat and when it's ready, spray the clear coat.
When you do this, finish with 1000 grit and sand about 10 inches past the new paint into the original. Don't stand through the original clear, just take the shine off. Then paint the base coat over the entire area you sanded. You may need to wet sand and buff the new paint once it dries to achieve a factory finish, but again, I don't see why it would be a problem. If you can, send me a picture of the damage so I can better analyze it and maybe make better recommendations.
Let me know.
Tuesday, February 12th, 2019 AT 6:44 PM