so, i just took possession of a clear epoxy board with a matte finish that picks up smudges and the like too a totally distressing degree. anything to do about it that wont cost me too much (and that i can do without power tools)? a search here showed that one person puts layers of future floor acrylic on his sanded boards and rubs it out with green scotchbrite pads. think that'd do what i'm after? here's another take i read about here: "What I am about to say will save you hundreds of dollars and tons of hand sanding time since you are tool less. Rattle Can gloss, crystal clear acrylic. Don't worry about the uv protection,. 3 cans of the stuff will be $15 with no sanding necessary. Light coats, and many of them. FIRST hit with 120 or higher grit on paint job prior to carefully spraying." what say ya'll? thanks!