Originally Posted by TCNASHVILLE
Me too. I think there is a thread where someone painted/treated the inside of their bumper.
That's not encouraging. I remember that thread, and I thought it was a good idea.
Since the bumper is only good for holding the hose, what about "perforating" it? I wonder if it would help if you went along and drilled holes in the bottom for additional ventilation and drainage?
Or would the introduction of more exposed metal just exacerbate the problem?
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