Not a frame building question as such, but I'd genuinely appreciate the help of the collective talent in this forum.
I have inherited a beautiful '99 Moser Leader frame, fillet brazed, 18 MCDV6 micro alloyed frame. The craftsmanship has inspired me to attempt to learn to build my own. Later....
But first - this frame has been in storage in a relatively humid environment for some time. On unpacking, the previous owner found flakes of rust falling out of the top tube in into the head tube. Largest flake we've found was about 5mm square-ish.
Is there anything that can be done to stop the rot? This frame is a work of art in my opinion and one which deserves saving and faithful restoration.
Any advice will be greatly appreciated.