Alex, lugerlou is giving you the general consensus. Some use a product called "Hide Food" if the holster is extremely dry and beginning to crack or craze. If it is in good condition, leave it alone as lugerlou says. Here is a link to a distributor for "Hide Food" http://www.autopartsworld.com. It's not cheap, but one jar lasts along time.
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