Hey guys! I just noticed today, but: My new VFR is throwing bubbles/blisters on the right side of the tank. One large "air"-bubble and a few smaller ones (~0.5cm², the size of the head of a pin-needle). It doesn't look rusted or anything, kust bubbles/blisters. This is only on the right side and only in this area, I looked carefully around, but the rest of the tank is as smooth as a baby's behind, as we say in german The camera makes the whole thing look very dark, though the light in the garage was on, dunno. At first it looked like water, and poof my dumb ass decided it was best to feel it and I broke the paint with my finger, so now I got 1 big broken paint-bubble and a few smaller ones, still intact. The previous owner filled the tank to the brim and put in fuel-stabilizer, so maybe it was making gases/pressure, I figured. So I opened the tank, but no pressure whatsoever, the gas is slightly greenish due to the stabilizer and looking very clear, no rust, etc. I don't know if the temperatures maybe had something to do with it. But while the garage is not heated, it it always well above freezing-temperatures. If you guys have nothing against it, my plan is to get some clear paint/laque from the motorcycle/hardware-store tomorrow and paint a few layers over the smaller bubbles to prevent them from external damage or accidently popping. But I'm still unsure of what to do with the big bubble. Maybe press the paint that is now just shaped like a bubble back to the metal and clear-coat it was well? Pick the flakes of paint away, sand it down and repaint it? Or, the most expensive version, take it to a car/motorcycle-workshop and have them do the sanding and repainting? (Which, of course, I want to avoid due to me being still a student at Uni But there is a car-mechanic nearby who also is used to just ordering spare-parts and painting cars, so I figure he could also(re-)-paint a tank, if neded.) I've built, modelled and painted quite a few Warhammer40k figures, so the principles of paiting, brushes and washes are clear to me ^^ Thanks in advance for reading and helping me out, guys! much appreciated!