I was stripping the paint on a translucent red EB-0 body. 90% went great (for a first time), but in two spots on the top I put too much heat into it and the top laminate (+/-1/8" thick top lam) popped up. Both are about 2-1/2"x1" wide areas. After cooling, they went down enough to not be visible, but if I tap on it, I can tell it's delaminated. They're about 1" in from the edge of the bass, so I can't just squirt some new glue in. I'm hoping to do a natural finish, but I'm also making a pup plug that I don't expect to be a perfect match, so I'm not looking for a perfectly clean top. Any ideas? It's probably not something like hide glue that could be re-wetted, I'm guessing? Sand through to solid wood and plug it locally? Hmm... Maybe if I sand down the top, I could stick a cap on it to cover all sins? Pictures coming... TIA.