So I soldered some copper pipe for the first time over the weekend and needless to say it turned out like ****. It "works" as there are no leaks and it's properly sealed, but i got solder all over the place and overheated/underheated parts of the pipe where it looks like **** near the places I needed up. What is the proper method of making them shine again? Do I just use the cleaner bristle pads all over the pipe? What do you do about solder overruns?