As title says- looking for a safe way to dial back the shine on a 2017 LP Classic Plus. I bought it used from MLP member here in like new condition and he had added an amber switch tip, a switch ring, tophat knobs, and blank truss rod cover and backplates to give it a more vintage look. Having been used to VOS historics for years- I am swapping out a few stock parts for used aged ones I am rounding up (bridge,stopbar, tuners, pickup covers). So this is kind of a minor low cost aging project. Guitar sets up, plays, and sounds very good. Question is if there is a easy safe reversible way to take a little of the nitro shine off? It is a heritage cherry burst with subtle flame- kind if like you might see on an R8. Done a few searches. Do not want to use Scotchbrite or steel wool on it. Am wondering about some safe polish or mild rubbing compound that would dial it back a little bit, but if I want to go back to the original shine I could do so. Any input is welcome.