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Posted - 20/12/2011 : 19:57:46 about two years ago i coated the interior of an old kit with what seemed to be a good quality white paint, meant for wood and metal and good for radiators. I put one coat on each shell interior and was happy with the end result, designed of course to keep the elements out of the wood. However the lug bolts developed a white powder which to me looks like mold and i cant cure it, has anybody had this problem????????
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Posted - 27/12/2011 : 18:37:37 It's possible that since painting the interiors you have created a situation where the surface of the paint is allowing condensation to occur when the drums go through a temperature change from warm to cold. Bare wood will absorb the moisture but the paint will not allow that.
The resulting moisture is causing some mild corrosion on the screws.