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the most effective way
Posted by Charlie Jones on Mar 21, 2007
would be to knock them down almost flush with the belt sander, then go back to the plane. Well hardened epoxy will dull a plane iron in just a short while. It can even chip it, forcing you to do a serious reshaping.
And next time, wipe the drips up BEFORE they cure so you don't have the problem. A paper towel wet with Lacquer thinner will take thenm right off while the epoxy is uncured.
In Response to: Removing epoxy from sheer by Hoffmann on Mar 20, 2007