Hey all. I'm going to be refinishing my Hamer cruise bass soon, and I'm looking for some tips on restoring the fretboard. Overall, it's in pretty good shape. The wear that I want to fix looks like it's from pressing the strings down in the middle of the fretboard instead of behind the frets. It looks like a reaaly light scuff running the length of the fretboard, right under the strings. When I got the bass, the wear looked pretty bad, but most of it buffed out with a terrycloth towel and elbow grease. After a few coats of lemon oil it looks pretty good, but the scuffs are still lightly visible. There doesn't appear to be any gouging type wear. Anyway, anyone have a suggstion on how to remove the rest of the marks? I'm thinking I might try a very fine steel wool to buff it out and then reapplying lemon oil. Anyone know if this will work or have a better way to fix it? thanks Bob I edited the title to make more sense.