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A little while ago I cut holes in the sound board for the sound holes. They are very small and now I’m wondering how I’m going to clean up the bits of wood sticking out within the holes? I’ve been rolling up sand paper and running it back and forth but it just doesn’t seem to be getting me anywhere. I feel like the files I have will take off too much wood and in all the wrong places. The wood is walnut. Can anyone suggest a good method to clean these holes up? Thanks.