Just received two bodies from a new supplier. Over all very nice with one "not nice" feature I'll discuss in another thread. I usually cut my own bodies and don't bother with rebating the string bushing holes. The ones in this body are neatly done as in the pic below. The fit of the vintage nickel tuner bushing is squeezy and just about perfect for a tap home with a mallet. Once I shoot 20-30 or so coats of grain fill, primer, colour and clear the holes will have decreased in size markedly and those little blokes will never go in the holes without shattering lacquer all round them. I cant see myself drilling them out without damaging the lacquer either. My question is how do I keep finish out of the busing rebate holes?