Some time ago, I read an advertisement in a woodworking supply catalog for a super-thin, crystal clear glue that could fill cracks and dings in gloss finishes so effectively they became invisible. It was supposed to be so thin that when applied to a crack it would wick in and displace all the air, making it invisible, and then set completely smooth and flat at the top of the crack, making any buffing pretty much unneccesary. The only problem is I can't remember the name of this stuff, and I haven't been able to find anything like it locally. Any ideas? Or was I hallucinating?