1962 Buffet R13. This came into the shop and was dry and bleached out. I fully submerge dry clarinets in warm oil. There are other ways to do this, and there is an endless debate as to which method is the best. But, if you look at these close ups, you can see how beautiful the wood looks. And you'll see some fine pad work on this clarinet. Clean, even pads with no French Cement oozing out of the pad cup. It is such a pleasure to see.