Hi everyone. I thought I'd ask the group for some guidance as I trust your opinions. I've learned a lot from the board in the past and I welcome any suggestions you may have. I have an '08 MIA Std 3-tone burst with maple neck that I truly love. Sometimes my love takes the form of too much cleaning so I can keep her looking as lovely as the day I brought her home. Anyway, about a month ago I changed strings and gave her a full cleaning, which really just includes a good wipe down with guitar cleaner/polish. I also tried for the first time on this guitar the old 000 steel wool on the neck trick, lightly rubbing to try to get any dirt/grime off the neck and frets. I do this on my Taylor acoustic but the neck on my acoustic is mahogany. After doing this I noticed that the neck seems a little scuffed up, and, though not terribly noticeable, I'm worried that I've done something irreversibly bad. Do you think this was a bonehead move that will leave the neck permanently scarred or will I at some point be able to get the neck back to its pristine shiny condition? Thanks.