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  1. Looking at the weather forecast looks like I can start spraying clear tomorrow. Meanwhile: I got some Z-poxy recently from LMI to try as a pore filler, since the swirl is going onto the neck on the back and everything will be finished with full gloss clearcoat I figured I need to pore-fill the neck and headstock. Testing Z-poxy - rubbed in one coat, sanded back with P400 the following day, then another coat and sandback. Here's coat nr 2 right after application: Also, pickguard. A weird strat needs a weird pickguard: I'll probably use this as a testpiece before
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  2. Ha ha. Put a dab of compound on a clean cloth (I used an old 100% cotton T-shirt), then rub it in small overlapping circles, over & over again. When the solvent dries off a bit, wipe the residue away with a clean microfibre cloth. Repeat many times, working on a small area until it's shiny before moving onto the next. The super-specs (see avatar) are very useful, as is having light coming from one side, preferably ambient daylight I can take some photos if you want... Edit: To give some sort of clue as to duration, the whole top took about 7 hours to do
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