OK, so like an idiot I decided I would not need no steenkeen' blue tape when varnishing next to my white hull. With the predictable result that now I've got amber-colored areas where I failed to color inside the lines. Should I be very worried? I'm thinking, put down some blue tape for future coats of varnish. But for the existing excursions, should I plan on just painting over them (masking the varnished areas, naturally), or are we talking about massive sanding down to the epoxy and refinishing? It's Interlux Goldspar and latex paint, if it makes a difference.