Hi all. I'm new to refinishing guitars and want to get into it. I'm handy with tools and woodworking but due to limits in my environment and budget, I cannot outfit any kind of workshop. Therefore, my work will mostly be done by hand. I'm going to try my hand at refinishing this Cort CR100 I have already scoured the internet forums and Youtube and come across all kinds of methods and contradictions so I'm just going to ask the good folks here for advice. Before I start, please refrain from giving me advice about other materials I should be using etc. I have researched for months and will be working with what I can source locally and relatively cheaply. The things I list here are literally the only options I have. I'm going to be rattlecanning everything. The color coat will be automotive touch up paint (enamel) with Minwax Polycrylic as the clearcoat. I still need to test this combination but from what I've read, as long as I give the enamel plenty of time to cure, I should be fine. So a few questions to start: - How many cans of Poly will I need to get a decent coating on the body, headstock and neck? Unlike many people, I actually like a thick clear coat on my guitar body. - What exactly is a "witness line" and how does one prevent it from occuring? - How should I approach the clear coat on the neck? Just a few coats of Poly sanded smooth? Your collective wisdom would be much appreciated!