Painting Inside of HAF 932

Hello. I was looking for opinions on using an Industrial Urethane Alkyd Enamel to paint the inside of a pc case. Ive used this paint on heavy steel racks, it adheres great and has a smooth glossy finish. If there are assorted risks ill go without painting the inside not to risk damage to expensive pc components. I would consider only painting areas that will be exposed when parts are in place. Thanks for any advice.
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  1. As long as its not electrically conductive and doesn't flake at temperature, shouldn't be an issue.
  2. I have painted the interior of several cases including a Coolermaster HAF 932 case mod.

    It is less expensive and easier to just just use a spray can of primer and a spray can of paint purchased at your local hardware store. I use Rustoleum brand. There is no need to used exotic paints. The interior of the case is not subject to deterioration.

    Remember to remove all plastic parts from the interior. That includes the plastic tool free drive fasteners and tool free card fasteners. The paint will eat the plastic.
  3. Also be sure that the MOBO standoffs still provide proper grounding after painting !
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