I use chisels for removing epoxy runs, have a nice set just for that. I thought about just squeezing in filler, then use a tongue depressor from inside to clean it up there, harder to sand the inside seam then the outside!!!Eric1 wrote: ↑Mon Oct 02, 2017 11:48 amHi Bob, Just thought I'd let you know I didn't use tape when filling holes or filling the seams. I went underneath my build last week and start taking down the excess. Started with a small sander, PITA and dusty. Then I tried a small 1/2" chisel. Man that is the ticket! You can lay the chisel down close and tap it with a hammer. All the filler cut clean and flush without dust!
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