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cleaning up /boot/efi after cloning

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I recently got a second m.2 nvme and decided to separate windows and pop!_os onto their own drives. I cloned pop using DD to the new drive, expanded partitions out using gparted, and then reinstalled the boot loader per pop's instructions.

However, after the above mentioned, I now notice that my boot option from EFI is a utter mess (before it just showed windows and pop, now it shows several different entries across the two drives). this is the structure of i see when i ls /boot/efi/EFI of the current drive, the other drive for windows shows similar.
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how do i go about safely deleting the entries i do not need?
 

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