How to remove glued particulate board.
Hi, I made a mistake with 2 MDF speaker boxes, I glued some particulate board pieces on the sides, and because I changed my mind in the final design, now don't want them there, need to remove these pieces apart.
I just finished removing the board by using the circular saw, with the same depth as the board I want to remove, and a chisel. It was very dirty process, and although I had the job successfully done, I want to see if there's better, faster, cleaner option for the second box.
This particulate boards where glued using water soluble glue, I was thinking in add some water to this boards (don't care of obvious damage to them), until the glue between MDF/PB gets the water, so probably I will be able to remove these problematic pieces in a clean process.
What do you think about this? I know MDF is very delicate to water, but I observed how it's ok if it gets just little water and immediately clean it.
In the picture below, the yellow part is the 3/4 particulate board I want to remove. This yellow board is about, 6x16".