This is my first build, Chesapeke 17. Made a table, laid out the side and bottom panels to epoxy the scarf joints. Measured from the baseline several times, then double checked several times. Tacked down with 1" brads. Packing tape on the edges of all the scarf joints and wax paper (Arrghh!!) between the layers (as suggested in the manual and DVD). Applied epoxy - "don't starve the joint" - let cure for 36 hours under pressure from scrap wood screwed into the table - it's cold and rainy in Wisconsin right now. Now I have a mess. The wax from the wax paper is "stuck" to the epoxy, and the joints have a white hazy residue and bulges. I will have to sand, but am hesitant to do so as this will/may leave lines at best (I was hopeing to bright finish with varnish). I certainly don't wan't to sand to much and sand though the wood. Any suggestions out there? I'm desperate!