It's not ideal, I assure you. Yes, you can paint over spray paint as long as it's completely dry, not just to the touch, but it's actually dry and cured. You have to sand the finish lightly with 100 grit sandpaper to provide something that the new paint can adhere to. If you sand too soon after spray-painting, you'll create rubbery dirt.
After sanding, wipe the surface thoroughly with a damp cloth and let it dry. You can then paint over the spray-painted surface with any type of paint. To remedy this, use fine 160-degree sandpaper on the table, clean it thoroughly, and then spray again when the temperature is around 78 degrees and there is no humidity. You may consider brushing them with sandpaper, rubbing the sandpaper in one direction to give the brass a brushed look.
So I decided that the third layer was too much in some places and sanded it a bit here and there. If you still see any grooves in the finish, wipe them very lightly with superfine sandpaper for smoothing and then reapply the clear sealer. Once dry, gently sand with 100-grit sandpaper, clean the sandpaper residue, and then repaint with light, even layers, spray about 8 inches away from the surface. To remedy the situation, I would go over the surface of the shelves with 220 grit sandpaper to smooth them out.
You should sand the bench with 100 grit sandpaper, go over it well and then clean it well and dry it. If it has a smooth and smooth finish, you'll first need to grind it with sandpaper to provide a “tooth” for the paint to adhere to. To remedy the situation, wait until the paint is very dry and then gently sand it with 100-grit sandpaper, followed by 220 grit. But if not, you'll have to sand the dye or apply a stain remover to return the bare wood.
Now I sanded it with 220g sandpaper, cleaned it with a damp cloth, allowed them to dry and cleaned it with a microfiber cloth. To fix the problem, you can see if the areas are gently sanded with very fine sandpaper or steel wool. To remedy the painted finish, I would sand it, just to smooth things out, and then use a brush paint to finish it. Clean the surface to remove all the sanding grain, and then use a primer and paint in a formula of the color you want.