Last year I replaced my front brake pads with some EBC Green Stuff and painted the front calipers. When I had the calipers off for painting some brake fluid dripped out onto the back of the brake assembly. When I put the tires wheels back on I didn't notice that some of the dripped brake fluid blew onto the spokes of the wheels. This destroyed the clear coat finish at the ends of the spokes.
The question is How do I fix this. I think (open to suggestions) that I will need to take some 300/400 paper and sand down the area until smooth, then work up to perhaps an 800 or so and then respray the clear coat. Will rattle can clear work or do I need to spray with a gun (beginning nooby painter)
If there are any professionals/talented amateurs out there with a better ideas or a different method, I am all ears/eyes. This is a project for the spring when working in the garage becomes possible again.
Thanks for your help