I am in the process of finishing a choice Pine bookcase. I started with General Finishes Pre-Stain Wood Conditioner followed by 1 coat of GF Seal-A-Cell Clear. The I went straight to to top coats with GF Arm-R-Seal Gloss. 3 coats, sanding lightly with 0000 steel wool in between coats. The last coat dried very smooth, but was a tad rough in places. I have heard mixed responses in my research into how to handle the final layer. So, how do you all finish the last coat? Should I lightly buff with steel wool as I did with the other layers? Should I just let the final coat dry and not touch it as the can says? Or is there another method? Thanks!