I've just finished up lamming the bottom of a board. And the free lap went smoothly until I realised I'd missed a few stringy parts and a few resin blobs that hit the deck foam. Then I made the next mistake of forgetting to baste my lap before flattening out the lam.
So my 2 questions are
1) what's the best way of clearing off stray strings and resin that's hit the deck foam once the resin has kicked?
2) where I've tidied up the lamination on the nose/tail/rail the resin has gummed slightly. The rail is sprayed black and the resin is clear. Will this show through after I've laminated the deck? If so how do i repair this little mistake before moving on?