I recently started a warmoth project, dying and finishing the body, and finishing the neck. The body recieved a analine dye in methanol (rubbed on) a sand and sealer coat which I most likely sanded through, than about 10-12 coats of nitro cellulose lacquer. I dry sanded only as necessary between coats to get rid of particales and runs or drips using 400 grit or 600 in certain areas. I never wet sanded between coats or sanded the entire body, just the flaws. I plan on letting the finish cure for two weeks, and than wet sanding it. This is my first finish job and I could use some help on the wet sanding. Do I wet the paper or the surface? How will I know when I've wet sanded with one particular grit enough to move up to the next? Here is a picture of the front after the gloss clear coats. The finish looks and feels pretty thin overall, and I don't want to end up sanding through anything.