Ah. I would not. More messing with it more chance of you getting it infected.
Really, if you are not going to rack your beers to a secondary - (I do not on my pales and such - I do on my ipa (for drop hopping and conditioning and freeing up my primaries for more brew
) just pitch the yeast and let it sit a good 14 days.
There is NOTHING you can do at that point anyway other than mess it up.
.. Just sit it and forget it. Really.
Granted, as you learn more etc and read around here .. you will learn more and more about yeast and if your beer gets a stuck at a level FG that is not low enough or potentially the yeast goes beyond where you want it to take the FG. But that is advanced stuff. Google (how to brew - John Palmer - read it. Read it again. Read it again. I have read it (sections) over the years and I am blow away how I pick out different things that I never noticed)
Point is at this level. Pitch the yeast and let it sit. Safer that way. 14 days should give it enough time to ferment and let the yeast clean up.
That is my 2 cents.