My buddies and I are planning to repaint a wall at our local community center, however we're new to the wall-painting process.
The wall is in the interior of the building.
The white wall has blue and orange hand-prints (by design), so there is paint "jutting" out with "peaks" up to 2-3 millimeters.
We intend to repaint the wall, however we first need to remove the "peaks".
I did some research on the different methods, but I don't know what is recommended for our situation:
scraping the peaks off with scraper and then patching it with mud; or,
sanding the peaks off and then patching it with orange peel; or,
How can we remove the "peaks" off of the hand-prints?
Update: Removed question regarding how to cover orange paint, to focus the post on the "peaks".