I'm using danish oil to finish my bass and went through the lengthy process that has been posted here before. . .saturating. . .wet sanding. . .yadda, yadda, yadda. My brother was telling me to us pieces of a brown paper bag to do a final polish (like a thick grocery store bag, not a thin semi gloss bag). I tried using it wet sanding, but it did not make a difference. After it dried for a week I decided to try sanding/polishing with the bag dry. WOW! It really made a huge difference. It gave the finish a very polished satin/semi gloss luster. It looks really slick. Just use small pieces (like you would using regular sandpaper) and be careful not to let the "bag" get bunched up or heavily creased. It will cause very small and dull, but minor scratches. They can be buffed out easily with a new, smooth piece of bag. I have not applied a wax yet, so I don't know how the sheen will be effected. I imagine it will only inhance the final result. The picture is with the flash turned off, since a flash would make it look shiny anyway.