Originally Posted by ByronCR
WOW, That is bad. Definitely tell your dealer that all needs to be replaced. No way I could live with that. Hope it all gets resolved effortlessly for you.
I cringe at the thought of all the separate pieces getting ripped out and replaced by the dealer (not sure if they have the skills or capability) but the alternative is probably more time consuming. The wrinkles can actually be fixed by just pushing it flat with your fingernail. The verneer would have to be punctured (hundreds of times) by a needle to let the air escape. The result would not be 100% cosmetically though.
I guess another fix could be to strip the verneer off in-place and re-apply but that again would be time consuming.
Still no other reports of this type issue?