Scratches easy and polishes easy.
I don’t really care about scratching, and all my H1 knives are worker knives anyway.
Occasionally I apply sandpaper to crown the spines or make a more pointy tip angle to H1 knives. In those cases, I’ll repolish the blades too, as a bit of a ‘spa treatment’ by stropping the flats on some old benchstrops with a black, green, white compound progression. I don’t use those compounds much anymore, but I presume the black is an emery based compound, the green probably chromium oxide and the white some sort of alumina. They work well. Use a charged scrap of denim on the hollow grinds if you like.
But as everyone has said, it’s barely worth doing, the scratches will be back. As Lance said, just letting them form their own finish seems to be a good policy.