I know it has been talked about here and there on this forum, but it really isn't all in one place for easy access. So I ask you, owners of MTD USA basses, what kind of maintenance can we do to our basses to keep them looking their best? These topics can include the butcher wax treatment for bodies, what treaments are best for the neck and fretboard depending on the wood, how to keep the Bartolini Pickups from getting shiny spots on them from finger wear, etc. Specifically for me, the body of my 635 is starting to show some shiny spots, and it has been said to use butchers wax to bring back the natural satin look of these basses. Any particular brand I should look for? Also, the maple neck on my bass is starting to get pretty slick as well. Anything I can do to bring back that satin feel? And finally, the rosewood fretboard is starting to get a little dry looking. In the past I have use Formby's Lemon Oil Treatment with good success, but I just wanted to see if there was any better ways as described by Mike Tobias and the owners of his MTD USA line of basses.