Random grey blobs on photoshop cs6 Arwork

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Hi Guys,

I was doing a cheeky COMMAND + SHIFT + V while working on a textiles artwork and somehow I've ruined my artwork with this weird grey blobs replacing where the artwork is lighter. 

Can anyone help me? I need to get this file looking normal asap. 

I've already tried the channels and the history but nothing coming up, my file is in RGB, 8 bits. 

Any help would be greatly appreciated and probably life saving!

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ella

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Ellis Vener

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It looks like you are looking at the out of gamut warning.  go to View >  and click on Gamut Warning
and see if  the gray overlay goes away.

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ella

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That was exactly it! Thank you so so much for helping me! 
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Ellis Vener

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While the Out Of Gamut warning is a crude indicator, you should try working in a larger color Gamut. If you are workign in sRGB, try Adobe RGB(1998). 
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