What is the best way to deal with a delamination on the deck of the board as a result of shitty ding repair? Very elementary questions follow, I don't really know much about ding repair, board design, or really anything mechanical, using my hands, or involving fixing anything at all... Repaired a large ding on the bottom of my longbort almost a year ago now. Apparently I did a shitty job and it was not watertight (or maybe became not-water-tight over time)... discovered this the other day when I noticed a pretty big delaminated bubble on the deck right above where the repair was (stretches more than halfway across the deck, probably 6-8 inches wide and 2-3 inches long). Obviously priority 1 is to fix the original repair and do a better job. But what to do about the delam? Will give it a closer look but initial impression was that the foam underneath was not yet soft/spongy/rotted, which I presume is a good thing. I guess my main questions are: 1) do I need to do anything about it other than seal the leak (i.e. will it either get worse over time or increase the likelihood of breaking the board if I don't), and if yes, 2) do I need to cut out the whole section and put new glass (which sounds complicated and will look like shit but is obviously vastly preferable to breaking my board), or is there a simpler fix?