Okay folks, let's share some tips here.
How do you get your pocket hole plugs (you know, the wooden plugs that you glue in to close up the pocket holes) cut flush?
Right now I primarily use a flush cutting saw, which is slow and tiresome.
I've tried whacking them off with a chisel, but bad things often happen that way -- with it making a gouge or digging too deep or whatnot.
I've tried using a ROS but that just takes forever. (don't have a belt sander, and I'd be afraid of that gouging the workpiece also.
So as I said, right now I use a flushcutting saw, and then I use either a chisel or block plane to clear it up -- because the saw may be flushcutting but I still find it wanders, so the result is NOT totally flush. Then I still need to work things over with the ROS for a while to get really smooth.
Are there any better/quicker methods out there in the land of woodworking?