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easiest way to remove dust particles from dry paint?

hello there, just have a couple questions i wanted to ask, I am now working at a sign company and I paint full time, 40 hours a week, i am no pro, just kinda learning as i go, just use mostly atin paint and gloss paint both made by ppg, but i am painting letters that go insde a building, behind a reecptionest desk, and they want them to be absoultly dirt free but cant seem to get them like that, there is always 3 or 4 small peices of dirt in there, what is the best way to remove these? i need to spray the agian when there out, but always get more after agian, I have clean there too if that might be an option, thanks alot

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Can you buff the finished part?? that is what I do..unless there is a lot of dirt..make sure your paint area is as clean as possible and look at method so you do not kick up any dirt specks..sometimes the dirt specks are on your clothing or in your hair or beard. good reason for paint suits and hoods..

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cant buff single stage paint can ya? if so what do u use to make it look shiney agian, its just acrylic enamel paint, gloss
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