I am new to this forum but midway through my first wooden board build. I have glassed the bottom using the method described on http://www.surfersteve.com/glassing.htm and due to it being my first go etc I've managed to get quite a bit of resin on the deck whilst wrapping the rails, also there is a bit of the edge of the glass strands sticking up.
Now, I'm not expecting this board to turn out immaculate and I've learned a lot so far, but how would you go about dealing with his before I laminate the top deck? Can I just sand this back smooth and proceed? (Structurally I think this would work fine but will I be left with an obvious non-clear sanded area in the glass job?
Anyway, please take a look at the pictures attached and let me know what you would recommend, I'm pretty happy with the flat section of the job and the rails, it's just the edge of the freelap and the excess resin that has concerned me.