So I took it upon myself to paint some wood endcaps (very small, about 8 inches long) from their sealed wood color to white. I sanded down the wood, wiped with a damp cloth, then applied a coat of white paint/primer mix.
Well, painting isn't my forte and I didn't clean the brush between coats. Bad melee. I used paint thinner to try to clean the brush, as well as hot water - I thought I did a pretty good job, until I went to paint the second coat - now there's small chunks of paint in the finish.
Do I need to sand an start over again, or can this be saved?