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I have been a hobby woodworker for decades. When I started collecting Lugers I searched for data regarding grip care and maintenance. The more knowledgable sources seemed to say the same thing: add nothing, while storing in a moderate temperature and humidity environment.

The following is consistent with the better advice I have read. http://www.conservator.com/preservation_and_care.htm

When I acquire a pistol, if the grips seem dirty I clean them and thereafter add nothing. In about 150-200 years I should be able to report how well this practice has worked.:eek:
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