I've lifted the cedar deck off the shearwater hull, and flipped it over to prep for glassing. There are lots of wood glue drips, escarpements, and rugged ridegelines, with shear cliffs, and ridge/valley landscapes (OK cool it with the geographicoimagination).
I've got my scraper warmed up so I can get to smoothing things out, prior to glassing. I understand the goal is to get it smooth enough so that air bubbles under the glass won't be an issue.
My question is- in areas where there are sheet like deposit of wood glue (Titebond II), does the epoxy adhere adequately to the surface?