I recently bought some used Craftsman screwdrivers at a moving sale. They are the clear plastic handles with red and blue bands... the usual ones from 1970's I would guess. Anyway, the handles had started to age and turn white on the surface. The only problem is that the plastic handles emit an unpleasant odor. It is sufficient so as to contaminate the other tools in the toolbox. I am not sure that Sears would exchange them since they are still functional. I wonder if anyone has found a cure for the odor ? I washed them in diesel and will air them out for the winter. Too bad they had been stored in an air-tight toolbox.