Fitted 'u' shaped kitchen just before xmas for a very fussy customer. They've contacted me today because they've noticed laminate worktop has an air bubble/pocket on the surface just near the front profile about the size of a 10p piece. Looking along the length of worktop its barely visible but tap your finger on top and it sounds hollow, laminate obviously hasn't stuck to board underneath. Worktop is from a manchester based company and quite unique black,matt,multi speckled and gives a different colour dependent on light and angle viewed slighly bling! but about £200 for a 3m length(3 full lengths used on this job). Customer wants perfection, supplier says fitter should have spotted fault and properly inspected worktop prior to fitting, but as a goodwill gesture will fund 1 worktop. Do i bite the bullet and rip out sink,hob,3 worktops and completely refit(costing me 2 worktops & a days labour) or is there a repair possible. I'm thinking about using a syringe to get adhesive underneath the laminate or is this a long shot.