Hello, First time poster here. I am working on my first guitar refinish. I know its not a tele but I have read a lot of good info on here and was hoping you guys would help me out. I used Stewmac Nitro rattle cans. Did 4 coats black, then went through four cans of clear gloss over two weekends. Let sit 1 week. I did my final sanding (800-2000 wet) and buffing (coarse, medium, fine, swirl remover) using sandpaper and polish that came with the Stew Mac starter kit (which is a pretty good deal for abrasives, 4 cans of clear and polish) After the final polish it came out shiny but in the light you can see the entire body is still covered in light swirls, and scratches. I am guessing I need to go back to wet sanding. My question is, what grit do I start with, 800 , 1000? Should I shoot more lacquer so I have some more build to handle another round of sanding and polishing? Can I polish out these scratches without going back to wet sanding? I guess I can sand down to 600 and "start over" -- reshoot black and clear coats, but I am afraid that I will just get the same result again. I think my problem is that without experience I am not sure which scratches will sand out/buff out in subsequent steps and which will not. I was careful to clean my sand paper often but I did not change the water, which I will definitely do next time. I also and not sure when I am done with each grit. Any other tips to fix/eliminate this issue? I have a couple abralon pads too that I did not use for the final finishing. Does anyone have good experience with them? I was thinking the soft backing would help take out some of the scratches without being as aggressive on the finish and less likely to burn through. Thank you all in advance!