Seeking grit advice and overall sanding expertise here. I just completed a cyanoacrylate finish on my Fretless and am very pleased with the results tonally. It went from a moderate amount of mwahh to super mwahh with a brighter treble tone due to the hardening of the fretboard. Really sounds nifty. Very impressed and overall, it was quite easy to do. Aesthetically, the finish is nice and glossy. Very pretty, but not perfectly glossy. There are a few spots where it is shiny, but....tiny pitted, I guess would be the word to describe it. I slapped on 15 coats of glue, let it cure, then dry sanded 220, 500 and wet sanded 1000 and 1200. I would have wet sanded up to 2000, but couldn't easily find grits above 1200, so I just called it good and compound polished after 1200. My question is: Did I get the less-than-perfect finish due to not going up to 2000 grit? I also wonder if I should have sanded a bit more with the 220 grit before moving higher. Having never done this before, I was afraid to strip too much finish with 220 grit. Actually, I wasn't sure how much time to spend sanding with each grit. Advice please!