Greeting good folks, I had some problems with my Squier VM Jazz fretless, the fingerboard was very uneven due to buffing ie: where the fret markers are it was quite a bit lower than the rest, leading to annoying buzzing when playing. So I bought a radiused sanding block from S&M and went at it with 180 grain first, then finished with 320. It went well and I gotta say wow, plays like a dream now. The bone in the baloney is that the fingerboard is a bit dull looking with those 320 grit microscratches. I have buffing equipment here, but of course I don't want to use it since I'd probably end up with the same problem I've set out to fix in the first place; a buffing wheel isn't rigid enough and hence, will take more material out of the more tender fret markers area. So, any technique you guys can suggest to bring back the shine while keeping the fretboard evenness?