Begin sanding the glob with 800 grit sandpaper and continue sanding until it is more or less even with the regular paint job.
Switch to 1000 grit sandpaper, and sand lightly to even out the glob farther.
Switch to 1500 grit to begin polishing the paint glob when it looks close to being level with your original paint job.
Switch to 2000 grit to polish and blend the glob in with the surrounding paint.
Unscrew the top of the clear-coat lacquer bottle and dip the artists paint brush into it. You don't need much more than to just cover the tip.
Brush delicately over the spot. The lacquer will fill in any tiny scratches and blend in with the original paint. Let dry over night.
Polish the lacquer with 2000 grit sandpaper, if needed, and apply another coat.