Necessary to seal a chip in the finish?
I put a bridge cover on my Jag today.
I pre-drilled the holes and used a screw that was a little wider then a pickguard sized screw. The drilling went well but when I threaded the screw it chipped some of the finish around the hole. It was more brittle then I thought it was. Even though as a whole the finish (no idea what it is, thick plasticy, poly?) is very rugged and hard to put a punch mark into.
Not a big deal to me really, the bridge cover hides the chips.
I am just curious if it would be a good idea to put something on the chipped spots to keep them from spreading further? Would a chip like that cause more cracking and finish peeling off in that area over time?
Squier Bronco (15k Lil Killer pickup, LaBella white tapes)
Fender Jazz (MIM/MIA parts, CS 60's pickups, GHS flats)