I've read a few articles about ways to properly store knives for extended periods of time. There seem to be several options, including applying a non-acidic oil, such as camellia oil, or something like ren wax, which is supposedly conservation grade. Then I've read to wrap the blade in newspaper and the oil based ink will also help prevent the metal from rusting or corroding. And there's VCI paper, which many new knives are wrapped in. So is one method preferable or more reliable than another? Can different methods be combined, or would there be unexpected interactions (e.g. applying ren wax then wrapping in VCI paper)? I guess the goal would be the most affordable way to prevent rust and corrosion during extended storage (the knives will be in a climate controlled environment). Thanks!