I have been asked to repair 2 super light epoxy lifeguard race boards. One board has a black carbon fiber lay up, the other a dark blue lamination. Both boards have significant delamination from the heat build up from being left in the sun. I should stress that both boards are imported from Australia and not made from the products of any one that posts on this site. The black board has delaminated for about 4 ft in the area of the deck that is concaved, or dished out, for the paddler. The dark blue board has a 2ft x 2ft area on the bottom that has bubbled. The manufacturer of the carbon fiber board has told me that the foam itself may have been damaged or even cooked/melted by the extreme heat build up that caused the delam, however I have not cut it open yet to look as I'm still just giving a quote at this stage. I am planning to repair both boards using Resin Research products if "The Fly" (Paul Baymore) can spare me some when I pick up my boards from his shop later this week. Anyway, long story short, any advice. Should I just cut out the delaminated section, repair any foam damage with a Q-cell epoxy mix and reglass the area as best I can or is there a better way. I don't want them to be sent to the land fill because apart from the obvious damage, both boards are in reasnoble condition.