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#1
Hi folks,

I’ve started inspecting the hood I bought and I’m feling even better about it now. However I did find this stuff inside:

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It feels like chalky sand and some seems to be left in random places.

Does it look like any material used on cars? What could it be?

Cheers,
Vincent.
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#2
Might be some kind of blast media someone used. Put some vinegar on some and see if it fizzes might be soda. Parts blasted with soda are much more difficult to prep for paint. You have to remove and kill all traces of the soda or it keeps bleeding out of the paint.
If soda check on the internet there are products made just for cleaning the soda residue off.


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#3
Oh I happen to have vinegar so will test tomorrow, thanks!
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#4
Be careful. It could be some kind of rodent or ant poison.

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#5
Mud daubers?


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#6
no fizz and I didn’t lick it so still no clue...
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#7
I agree with bug based building material.

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