You can buy some time by lightly wet sanding the area with some fine grit (800-1000) and respraying some clear over it. Lay at least 2 or 3 of good coats . If you want to get fancy you can maybe use a product like SEM’s Blenz In to melt your repair into the existing clear coat. Play around with a test panel with that stuff though.
I come from an environment (older/antique/custom cars) where we had to do what we could to preserve what was there for multiple reasons…sometimes just to keep originality. Although it goes against conventional painting practices, It can be done.
98 Laredo ZJ 4L -3.73, 5.9 "ultrastar" rims, slotted brakes, Dynomax turbo, CAI.