I've been working on a hidden tang knife for a while now. I am new to putting handles on knives and have somewhat limited tools and a limited budget as I am a college student. I was a little sloppy when drilling out the slot for the tang and when I sanded the handle down some of the epoxy is showed. I guess when drilling pilot holes they went off course and created little channels that the epoxy filled. I'm not too worried about strength as I am using high quality industrial strength epoxy (Gflex 650). I'm looking to hide the epoxy spots as aesthetically as possible. Any suggestions? I have spent a fair amount of time on this piece and I'm really pleased with the wood and don't want to have to start over and buy the materials again. Thanks in advance for any suggestions.