Hi, so I am new to this forum and finishing guitars, I have a HH Tele body stained with red and black dye which I have then sprayed with nitro ( Mohawk rattle can). I have learnt a lot along the way about vinyl sealer, humidity etc. I’m really happy with the result and am now at the ‘leave it alone for a couple of weeks’ stage. The last coat went slightly orange peel and I’d like to sand and buff/polish that out. The finish has sunk into the grain in places and there are slight ridges Along the grain much like a relic finish. There is 3 coats of sealer and 10 of nitro. I really like the effect but I’m worried about getting compound stuck in the crevices (I did this to a les Paul and have grain gummed up with carnuba wax ). Any recommendations on giving it a final sand a polish without leaving residue behind gratefully received. Not looking for super shiny.