Since I had nothing better to do this morning (day off), I decided to pull the frets out of my SX. I've wanted a fretless for a long time (had them in the past, sold them), but I can't afford one right now, plus, I will rarely play the SX now that it has become the backup to two other p-basses. Now that the frets are off, with acceptable chipping, I want to coat the rosewood board for protecton since I will be using fat rounds on this. Epoxy seems to be difficult/messy to work with and I doubt Tru-Oil will be enough for this application. I then remembered Erlewine trick, mentionned in detail here: http://www.bassplayer.com/article/superglue-savior/jun-06/20674 Anybody has experience going this way ? Do I really have to use superglue accelerator (whatever that is), to burnish the neck ? Couldn't I just and rub it more ? Since this will be a major DIY, I will be happy with something that might not be all the pleasing to the eye, but that does the job right. Sand up to 800, wetsand until smooth, polish with denim.