Scraping the Binding and Pore Filling

Once all of the binding had been installed, minor imperfections and gaps needed to be filled. I chose to pack the tiny gaps with rosewood saw dust made from scrap back material, and then allwo CA superglue to bond the saw dust in the gap. Here's a picture of my neat little saw dust pile:
Here's a good example of a tiny gap (the picture was taken very zoomed in, so it looks pretty bad but it's really not very noticeable)
Applying the saw dust:

Add a little glue and the perfect patch is formed--I think you'll agree, at this point I could almost get away without scraping or sanding, and probably nobdy would even notice...

After a few hours of careful scraping, leveling, and gentle sanding, here are some pictures of the body with flush bindings: