I finally got back to work on my daughter's Ch14 after about a year of various other projects. While sanding in preparation for varnish, I found a small air pocket between the fiberglass and the wood. The diameter is about 3/16ths of an inch. The weave is filled and the outer surface is nice and smooth. So, I think there is enough epoxy on the outer surface of the glass.
Are there any suggestions as to what I should do? I had thought of trying to drill a tiny hole into the pocket and inject some epoxy to fill the void. Or is it small enough that I may be able to let it go?
On another note, I have some rough areas below where the deck glass overlaps the hull glass. Is the answer more layers of epoxy followed by more sanding? Or am I being too timid with the sander? I haven't sanded down to any glass as far as I can tell, but I have gotten down to the point where I can see the weave pattern.