Here is my situation. I have a AVRI 2004 Fender '62 Jazz. Sunburst finish. The screws for the strap buttons kept backing out over time. I'd snug 'em up and go about my day. Til I got a genius idea to squirt a little super glue onto the threads to keep 'em in. So I take the glue+screw+extra generous squirt and screw them back in. But the excess went all over my finish. No prob right? Just scrape it off.. No. Not even close to working without gouging my finish. So I searched for nail polish remover (STUPID!). Because it's acetone. Well, it got the glue...and a portion of my finish too. Its not to noticeable, but I KNOW, and it is driving me bonkers. Its all I see when I play it. And it's like Abagail (my bass) knows it. I think it is a nitro finish. I think. The area affected just looks dull and somewhat porous. So my question is there anything I can do, with competence, to repair it? And by repair I mean return it to a glossy appearance? Or is it a better idea to leave it? It's my baby. And I let her down. Thanks.