I’m about a year into knife making, so I’m still somewhat a newbie at this. As of lately, I have been sanding my wooden scales up to 320 grit using sandpaper then using teak oil and boiled linseed oil to finish things off. The scales are usually nice and smooth but I still haven’t been able to achieve the shiny finish yet. Now to my question, would it be necessary or worth the time and effort going to a higher grit than 320? Would I have to coat the scales in super glue or epoxy to give them a shiny appearance?