I have two questions with regards to clean up of epoxy.
First, if you get a dab of epoxy on a panel, say while gluing scarfs, or any of a million other times, or during ooze out of a joint, what is the best method of getting it off the panel? Just wipe it with a rag, and then have to sand out that last little bit later? Or will it not show up underneath more epoxy? Or can you use a solvent which won't stain the wood, and get it off completely while still wet (ie. vinegar).
And second, do any of ya'll clean up brushes, or just use disposables? And what do you clean them with. I don't mind throwing away brushes, but when you only get to one joint every now and then, it does add up to a lot of brushes. Thanks in advance,