I think I screwed up. I decided I wanted to de-gloss the finish on a guitar neck, get a kind of satin finish. I grabbed a fresh Scotch Brite-style pad and went to work on the neck, just to see how it would go. What's the worst that could happen, right? It looked OK while I was doing it however, when I wiped away the excess material, it seems like I partially sanded the finish down to the bare wood near the "cowboy chords" area. I was surprised, I thought I couldn't do this much damage with a kitchen pad, but there you go. I can only guess the finish was already much thinner in that spot. So, where to from here? Should I buy some proper 1500 grit sandpaper and keep going on the rest of the neck to try and get things looking even? Or is there a way to do a "spot repair" myself on those bits which were over-sanded (note, as should now have been obvious, I am not an expert in this area)? Help and advice appreciated.