Hi, all. I’m a newbie building my first stripper (Petrel Play) down here in Louisiana, with only books, web, and videos for support. I put my slow hardening seal coat on my hull exterior last night, and planned to glass today. Overnight...about a dozen little critters are now stuck in the epoxy surface as bumps. I had seal coated at dusk inside my shop, hoping the falling temps would help prevent bubbles from off-gassing, but didn’t anticipate bugs being attracted to the light (I had the door cracked open for my air mover to exhaust). Most are pretty tiny. So I was planning to sand them out, but searching in the archives makes me think I shouldn’t sand the seal coat (more than a rough up) because a mottled appearance will result...white spots, etc. One person from back in the day suggested a cabinet scraper; another decided to just leave them in (not my preferred option). Any guidance would be very much appreciated.