The title pretty much says it all but I built a Classi EQP1A from Don Audio a few years ago and all was well. Then one day, I was installing a new ceiling cloud... by myself. I missed one of the hooks while trying to chain it to the ceiling and the cloud came crashing down on top of my desk. Since I was so confident in my ability to hang this thing, I didn't bother removing my gear. Fortunately (if you can say that), only the front panel of the Pultec was harmed. I now have a fairly deep, 3-inch scratch going from the upper left corner of the panel to the LF boost knob. It hasn't bothered me TOO much since it still sounds just as great, but I lost a lot of work during COVID so need to sell it to make ends meet and that scratch will definitely affect the resale value. I'm pretty handy with a can so I was going to just sand it down and respray it but had a thought pop in my head. How the heck would one repaint an engraved panel without the paint getting into the markings? So yea... That's where I'm at. Any suggestions?