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> It's personal preference... on my first boat I tried both wiping drips
> with a damp rag and letting them dry, then scraping. In my experience, the
> wiped areas were much easier to fair and sand. The cedar was soft enough
> to allow the drips to soak in deeper than any glue I "rubbed
> in". As a result, the drips scraped off relatively easily, but left
> more of a stain in the wood than the wiped areas (which also required no
Easier sounds better. Thanks. kelly
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