Okay, I'm an idiot with his first 308 QV and after weeks of renovating the garage for the new car, the first day in, the chain on the door opener pops off and hits the hood - ouch! Tiny gouge about a half a pea and some tiny marks following that are barely visible. Great luck, found exactly the right touch up color at Sterns and hit the gouge. Not bad. Went all over the car doing the various stone hits with great results. Then I thought of my Dremmel drill and the neat little buffing wheel it came with. Added some compound and did some magic with a bit of overspray black from the dividing line stripe. Decided I was an expert Dremmel compounder and took a whack at the hood gouge to smooth out the rough edge of the touch up. The edges turned black! S***t! I thought this was a burn effect from the Dremmel. Cursed myself to hell three times over and decided to sleep on it. Next day, added some more touch up to the edges. Now I got a blob that's dime size. Decided to hand compund the edges. Got the blob almost down to flat and damn, started to see black fading in around the edges again!! Is the base coat on a Rossa Corso BLACK? Is there any way to dissolve out the touch up and begin over? Any other solutions for this beginner who should have been more careful? Yeah, I know, strip the hood and paint it over, or just leave it all alone, right?