I'm nearing completion on my Oxford Wherry 16:
Despite Colin and Julie's top-notch instructions, I managed to screw up the interior fiberglassing of the hull. I found myself playing a game of whack-a-mole with air bubbles at the chines (a game which I ultimately lost). I spent some time sanding down through the fiberglass to remove the biggest offenders, but I don't know what to do about these little guys (see photos below). Should I
- sand through air bubbles and re-fiberglass with small strips,
- sand through air bubbles and re-epoxy (no fiberglass), or
- leave it alone?
Thank you for your advice.