Greetings, all -- About 10 years back, I finished an alder body with a couple of very light applications of Minwax Danish Oil, then 3-4 thin coats of Howard's Feed and Wax, which I buffed by hand. There is no visible wax build-up anywhere, but I'm sure there is some there. Now I want to refinish it. Nothing fancy, just a simple rattle can paint job. This is my first rattle can finish where I didn't start from scratch, though, so I want to make sure I prep it properly. So, what's going to be my best bet for that? My thoughts are: - give it a light scuff sanding all over - wipe it down thoroughly with naphtha (maybe a couple of times?) - a couple of primer coats Am I on the right track? Or is there something else I should do to get it ready for paint? Thanks!