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I started applying a finish to my latest project. I used Seal-A-Cell for the first coat and I noticed a few spots where there was some squeeze out that I missed and the finish won't take. Can I just sand those areas and reapply the finish since the Seal-A-Cell isn't a top coat? How is the best way to manage this and how can I find the dryed glue better in the future?

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A couple of passes with a scraper should have gotten off the dried glue. At this point, I would say you have to strip and start over after scraping off the glue.
 

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Wiping the wood with a thinner soaked rag will show where those spots are that have the squeeze out. You may just try sanding that spot or spots and reapply.
 
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