Need a liitle advice with cleaning out a dry box. After my last outing (last October) my gear was was put up in a hurry. I could blame someone, but it's my stuff and while I am usually pretty hard on gear I take care of it. Well usually. Anyway, I am getting ready to hit the Owyhee in a few weeks and was pulling my stuff together and opened said dry box to find that the straps to secure it in the frame were put into the box.......wet. The box wasn't sealed but it had my cooler and other gear stacked on top of it which was enough to create a PITA white mold looking substance all over the inside of the box. My attempts to clean it with non abrasive cleaners had little effect. It's hardened to the point where I am considering scraping or sanding it off. Before I go there I figured I would check here and see if any one has any ideas on removing it?
I have tried bleach and some other solvents like denatured alcohol and still, nothing cuts it.