I know, I know, take it to Finely Finished. Frankly, there's just too much contradicting info there in all the past threads I've dug up. I'd like to hear what the frequent fliers here have to say about this. I've got about 10 coats of tru oil on my first build. The padouk top is starting to look pretty good, thick and glossy, although the open grain pores are still mostly open. Not too worried about that. That mahogany back needs a lot more coats tho. So at some point am I supposed to wet sand the finish? To make it, I don't know, flatter or something? What grits would I work through? Do I use water or mineral spirits to lubricate? Advice on technique here would be most appreciated. Lotso-lube? Or not a lot? With the grain? Or in circles? I presume that, after wet-sanding, I should put another one or two or 19 coats of tru oil on? Thanks to the Collective for your help!