Hey guys, nice to meet you all! So I've got a Squier bullet strat that I've wanted to experiment in relicing for quite a while, although I've faced a few questions in the process and was hoping, perhaps any of you encountered this and could help me clear some confusion out. I watched this video on relicing, it explained, that it's best to relic nitro guitars, and not so much with poly ones as they tend not to relic so well and may look ugly. This is the guitar that I own (Arctic White version) and it happens to be a Gloss Polyurethane finish. And this is the type of relic I'm seeking, nothing too fancy or heavy, just some of the paint shaved off in the corners with a blade. My question is, is this possible taking in the fact my guitar is done in the Gloss Polyurethane finish, or it shouldn't be any issues scraping off the paint like in the picture above? Another question, the guitar is kind of shiny, so if relicing is done for shaving off some of the paint, perhaps it would be a good idea to pass the guitar body through a thin sanding paper, if it would take some of the shine away? As if the corners are shaved to look like a relic, but the main left finish is still glossy and shiny, I imagine it would look more like nonsense than a relic? If that's an idea, perhaps you could recommend a grit of the sanding paper to use? And my final question, if the paint of the cornerns is shaved off, should the look pretty much remain that way, or would it be better to apply some kind of coating to the reliced areas to preserve that look? Thank you!