Hi everyone, Just bought myself an unlined fretless warmoth neck and had a few questions on the finishing of the instrument. Warmoth says the only non poly, non lacquer finish they'll accept is tru-oil. I therefore intend to finish the neck with tru-oil, as I lacquered my last warmoth neck and was not impressed by the results, both feel wise and look wise. 1. Is there any prep work needed before applying the tru-oil? 2. Is there any work in between applications of the tru-oil? 3. How many coats may be considered a durable finish? (obviously I'm expecting a ball park figure, not set in stone numbers) 4. The fingerboard is Satine (bloodwood) and unlined, the back of the neck is a beautiful birdseye maple. Should I and can I apply the tru-oil to the fingerboard as well? I've heard problems with oily woods and repelling finishes, I know not whether satine is such a wood. 5. What should I expect drying time between coats to be approximately? 6. What work needs to be done after application of all the coats? (sanding, steel wooling, paper bag rubbing, licking) 7. Can tru-oil be used safely in a relatively small area with moderate ventilation? (this area being my apartment with only open windows) I hope the way in which I posed these questions was helpfull to those who might wish to answer and I thank you ahead of time.