For glue that dripped on strakes, I understand I can use a heat gun to remove glue with a scraper of some/any sort.
1. What about excess glue right in the seam of the strakes? A hand held sander is too sloppy around the wood I've found, takes too much wood off and takes forever. Can I heat the seam (to an extent) and scrape some glue off?
2. Down the keel on the inside of the boat... Any ideas to make the job easier? Again the hand sander seems inadequate and causing sloppy "grooves" on innocent unglued wood. (for not watching other end of sanding block).
The only other tool I have is a mouse sander. Will try that after work today, but looking for experienced advice on how much liberty do I have in cured joints with a heat gun to remove excess glue.