One of my "signature move" is to have 2 tones headstocks. For my current build I want to "inlay" a piece of pickguard material to echo the pickguard in the headstock. I'm planning on routing it to "inlay" it on the edge. If I inlay it before painting, but the time I am done painting and applying the floss, the surface of the pickguard inlay will be recessed. Especially true because the rest of the headstock will be done in metal flake, so I'm planning on using a "glaze" spray over the metal flake One way to even it out would be to use the glaze over the entire headstock and burry the pickguard material in it. Anyone ever done that? I can do a test spray but I'm worried a out long term interaction between the headstock material and the clear glaze.