UPDATE: Encouraging news on the rework effort on my water pour. As you may have seen in my original post, I had a water pour of some Woodland Scenics product - Deep Water Pour: Murky - go sideways on me. I won’t go into all of the issues here, but suffice it to say that it’s not good and needs to be fixed… if it can be. The first thing I did was sand the worst of the bubbles off and try to level some of the worst deformations. I then took my Dremel, loaded with a small engraving bit, and opened up the smaller pin holes to remove sanded resin that had collected in them, and to allow resin to flow more easily into them when I pour a thin covering layer. The immediate concern was whether my sanding marks would disappear when I apply that skim coat of resin. So, to test the theory, I applied some clear resin with a brush over all of the sanded areas, and filled some of the holes. As you can see, the sanding marks have all but disappeared, though I do have some more work to do on cleaning up some of the holes before I make the final pour. The bottom line is that this is a really encouraging result and leads me to believe that the scene is salvageable. I may still have to disguise some things that I won’t be able to fix, but I think that one of the big hurdles on the road to repair has been overcome. I want to thank everyone in the group who shared advice and ideas, or their own tales of ‘water woe’. I appreciate every one of you! I’ll post further developments as I make progress. The original pic of the bubbles. After sanding the worst of the bubbles down. After a thin coat of clear resin applied with a brush over the sanding marks.