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Wet sandpaper is usually in the finer grits.  The water works to keep the paint from clogging the spaces between the abrasives on the paper.  You can cut the sandpaper to whatever shape or size you want.  Would recommend gluing it onto something flat and of such a shape that it will fit into the space you are sanding.  Using your finger is not recommended as it is not flat and will flex on the surface and instead of removing the rivets, you can get dips in the surface while the rivet bumps remain.  Remember that when you sand, you are scratching the surface, the coarser the grit, the bigger the scratches.

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