Removing Tile Adhesive from Wood

Happy New Year Guys
I have removed some tiles from my 70's bathroom. All is well apart from an area of wood in the corner where the tile adhesive has remained stuck. I have tried sanding off this tile adhesive with an electric sander, but have realised it would be painfully slow to sand off the one metre square area in question. Can anyone recommend an easier way to remove this tile adhesive without damaging the underlying wood.
Thanks in advance.
Robin
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Robin Smith wrote:

Could try one of those heavy duty scrapers as sold by Screwfix and others. They have handle about a foot long and wide sharp blades. Worked for me on plastered walls. In my experience after removing tiles from walls its very difficult to get a wall surface in a good enough condition for a good paint finish without considerable work filling and sanding..
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