It will be difficult for a newer wrapper and finisher to get the finish to be 100% level. The reason for this is that you have put a uniform thickness over the entire wrap. So, any bumps that are in the wrap (The diamond wrap over either underwrap or bare blank) causes a change in "elevation" making the finish bump higher. What you do now is apply another coat of finish over the first one and it should level out. Its OK to put it on a little thicker at this point, but not so thick that it globs up and sags off the rod.
Does this make sense?