Hi! This is my first time dipping my toes into the murky abyss of luthiery. Searching the forums yielded no results, so here I am! I feel like I need a project to keep me occupied for a while. I am currently in love with my Squier Vintage Modified fretless jazz, I am not a huge fan of the sunburst (or the polyurethane finish), so I am thinking that I could remove the poly finish, spray on some seafoam green acrylic and spray on some nitrocellulose. This is where I need your help: How could I remove the polyurethane? Is there an equivalent to Aircraft Remover in England? Failing that, what kind of sandpaper would I need? Since the seafoam green should be an opauqe block colour , if I do sand the polyurethane, does it matter how shiny and clean the poly coat underneath it, if it is feasible? Realistically, how much should equipment cost? A brief list has put the total, at my estimation, of £60-70. Thanks for reading!