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I've got some faces inside an object, but i want to delete them.
Is there a way to select all the outer surface without inner ? enter image description here

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  • $\begingroup$ i'd say you should have that hair mesh in a separate object, select some geometry and expand it with Ctrl + (PLUSKEY) until it encompasses all the "outside geometry" then hit Ctrl + I to invert your selection and delete the selection you are left with $\endgroup$ – Sebastián Mestre Mar 28 '17 at 22:55
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You probably have got the nonmanifold elements there. Select the whole mesh in Edit Mode (A), go to Select-->NonMannifold, then delete the edges. enter image description here

You may also use a MeshLint add on to do it. Activate it in User Preferences (Ctrl+Alt+U). Go to the MeshLint panel of the Data header, check the NonManifold Elements checkbox and click Select Lint button.
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