Perhaps you can confirm with a pic of your latches, that triangular sheet metal paint shields were pushed into the door latch to prevent the paint from entering the inner latch area. Typically, there will be some body color paint overspray on the back side of the latch as shown below. The three screws that secure the latch should also be the body color; a small detail that many overlook during restoration.
Also, the trunk lid was attached and aligned in the body shop prior to the body color paint. Thus, the trunk lid hinges and associated attachment screws should also be the body color. Another mistake sometimes overlooked during restorations.