So there I was, in the backyard of my own home, checking on my garden,when they came at me. There were 15 of them, all armed with the latest high-tech weapons, firing at me as soon as they rounded the corners of teh house. Yes, they came from both sides, pincer style. So, I grabbed the closest weapon, my scatter-gun, and opened up. We traded shots, but somehow, the one in my hand went dry. I tactically dropped it and grabbed the next available weapon and sprayed them. But they were quick. I took hits to the legs, the back, the chest, the head. But I kept spraying them down as they came, returning head shots as fast as I was taking them. THen, it was over, they were all out of ammo, laughing as I stood there, soaking wet, in jeans and a golf shirt, the victim of a Super Soaker attack by the neighborhood kids, including my own sons. (Hey, I felt the need to start with a little mall-ninja story, and go on from there... ) The real question is this: I had my Smith 649 on, in a leather IWB holster, along with a good belt, some ammo puches, etc. Can someone help me with advice on how to save my gear? The 649 got a WD40 shower, and is sitting on the workbench. What about the leather? It was really soaking wet. I've set it out on my work bench, but done nothing to it. Any advice would be appreciated.