I'm working on my first build, and ran into a problem tonight. I could use some advice. I'm have a StewMac neck, and am applying a waterslide decal to the head. I had sprayed several coats of lacquer and was just about satisfied, until I noticed that I was using gloss and the neck is finished in satin. While I was debating whether I was going to care or not, I pulled my masking tape. That's when the real problem surfaced. I wasn't careful where I taped off below the nut, and the lacquer lifted. In a way it made my decision easier, I'm now forced to start over. I scraped and sanded back to bare wood. So now the face is bare, the edges and back are ok. How should I mask this when I spray? Mask off the edges and everything from the nut forward? How can I keep the masked edge from lifting next time? Edit to add: I just noticed on the StewMac website that the neck is finished in satin polyurethane! Should I stay with poly then instead of lacquer?