Colorwashing: Light Layer Over Dark?

After following the instructions from a Benjamin Moore pamphlet, I need to fix the result of my colorwashing project.
Base layer = light peach (color names are approximations) 1st glaze layer = pale yellow 2nd glaze layer = light pumpkin
The final appearance is way too orange for me, so I removed a lot of the 2nd glaze layer with 50-75% isopropanol in water. My question is this: can I even everything out by repeating a wash of the 1st lighter color glaze?
P.S. I don't know how they did it, but the Benjamin Moore paint store mixed up the glaze, but I think they screwed it up. During glaze application, it dries in maybe 15-20 seconds to the point where I can't work it anymore. I think I need to dilute it with water.

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