I'm in the process of removing and replacing wet balsa core
from the main deck
, although the balsa is saturated its still firmly attached. I've opened the deck
between the coach house and the side rail and have left about a 2" strip on each side to use as the beveled edge when I attach new glass after the repair. Cleaning
out the wet core
from under this strip is surprisingly time consuming, Ive been using a chisel and an oscillating multi tool with various attachments, even so the wet core in this strip stubbornly refuses to come out except in small chunks and as fibers.
My question is, does anyone have a quick/effective method of removing wet balsa between the upper and lover fiber glass sections.