Hi everyone, I'm going to be trying to fix a delam (maybe a couple) on a board that the prior owner injected with marine resin as a temporary fix. He didn't glass over the holes and one was not water tight. I've cut it open and dried it out (see pics) but not sure what to do about the injected resin "mounds" - the ones that are surrounded by delam I'm assuming I should cut out, but a couple of them feel pretty good actually. Is it much better to have a square or big oval work space or would cutting out a more intricate shape be fine? In the pic with glass cut out, the top right couple plugs are okay.
For the other problem areas, not sure exactly how to proceed - cut out all these holes and start new with microballoon and q cel? just fix the one that I've already cut and leave the rest? or add some glass on top of the holes that are still watertight even though there's some light delam around them to make sure they stay sealed? I get this sounds like a lot of work but board is worth it.