Hello. I'm rather new to this forum, though I've been sporadically building paper models since I was a child. One problem I faced several years ago, when I built a paper plane was how to protect it from dust (which was a chronic illness in my neighborhood). The model was built from an original kit, and therefore the printing was of excellent quality and the heavy paper was also very good. But dust soon started to accumulate on it and after some time it didn't look as good as when finished. At that time I was young and moneyless, and I had no way of making a glass-covered cabinet to display. Now you can guess what's my question.... Is there a way of protecting paper models from dust when they're outside a cabinet? Maybe an anti-stastic spray coating? At that time I used to cover them with clear plastic bags (like clear pajamas), but although useful it was just tasteless and the models loose any appeal because it's great to have them displayed "naked". And I think that given the inherente delicacy of paper, dusting off them would eventually be dangerous for the model. Thanks in advance for your opinions and tips.