I was wondering how people make their work as neat as possible. I've pretty much finished my first build give it take some touch ups 1) what's the easiest way of protecting wood bits from scratches and dents 2) when scraping the nibs with a razor blade how do I stop it digging in and leaving some marks (i saw this on some Gibson guitars in a store) Is there a better way of getting the nibs/binding level to keep the wood uneffected? 3) how do u keep the fretboard clean after sanding when you are gluing in frets and fretboard binding (I.e prevent hide glue or super glue sticking to the fretboard) 4) when spraying how do you get even colour by corner of the top and the fretboard binding? 5) how do you stop and grain filler dye getting on the binding (when grain filling) and what do you do to stop and grain filler getting in tuner holes ect? 6) what is the easiest and safest way of thicknessing fretboard binding to make it even? 7) do you finish shaping the body cut away after test fitting the neck and fretboard to make sure you don't have to take any material of the fretboard binding ( since it's thin anyway)?