Removing machine oil from wooden handles
Firstly, apologies if I've posted this in the wrong section of the forum but here goes.
In my mission to populate my workshop "cool tool wall" with ... I think you can guess, cool tools, I've got a "problem" with a few of the items, in that the wooden handles are pretty well impregnated with machine tool oil transferred from decades of handling by dirty greasy hands.
I'm not looking to get the handles back to some "better than new" state, as that immediately robs the tool of part of its history (does that sound like sentimental clap-trap), but I think there's plenty of scope to improve the state of the handles, so what do you think?
On the subject of history, the wrench has it's owners name scratched into the jaws and is dated as 04 April 1948.