First off, pics! (eBay "mahogany" DIY kit) Just wondering, for anyone who may have used this stuff before, did the finish come out somewhat dull on maple? Cuz my neck is somewhat dull, whereas the body still retains a very glassy wet look that I absolutely love... I honestly don't hate the dullness of the neck; in fact, it reminds me of real basses like you'd see at a shop... But, I've noticed a bit of roughness in the (mostly) finalized finishes. Dust flecks, I'd wager. Is there a best way to rub these out without dulling or rubbing through as with sandpaper? Tried some 1500 super-lightly on the pick guard after many many coats (probably 6 or 8 heavy wiped applications on it, some tacky some dry), and it cut through to the wood without hesitation... I do have some buffing and polishing compounds from my misspent youth repainting hot-rods, was considering that... Any thoughts from experienced minds? Thanks!