Hi Everyone, I'm posting here to see if anyone has any suggestions. I'm new to the Forum so, if I approach anything in the wrong way, excuse me. I have a 1986 (E6... serial number, anyway) MIJ Fender Precision, which I bought new in 1988 and have used ever since. It is a silver/grey without scratchplate. I gigged the last time with it in 2009 after which it has been in a flight case, with a lot of house moving etc. I finally brought it out again about two years ago, I think, and my excitement was dulled a bit by a reaction that seems to have occurred. The paintwork has turned a bit green. Not in patches or anything, but the entire paint job. Now, it's not strong enough to show in a photo. Does anyone know how/why this has occurred? Is it lack of air/oxygen. Is it some kind of reaction to being in darkness? And, can I get rid of it? Any help or advice would be gratefully appreciated. Thank you.