OP, please do not transform this piece in a casualty of your curiosity.
You have been given a lot of relevant information but there is a great difference between theory and practice, which you shall discover by learning first on something of small monetary value and that is not part of your family heritage.
Thanks for the advice, Folks, and also the warning about the pallet jewels. I knew that but it never hurts to be reminded. This is not really a crisis. I'm sure everything would be fine with no further cleaning beyond what I've done already. I was just thinking as long as I have it apart if I could spruce it up a little more, why not. As always, I appreciate your input. Loren
Hi When doing serious jobs with the liability of pinging parts it has been advocated doing it in a large plastic bag to limit the pingability of the parts. If the said parts ping they are still encapsulated in the bag and easier to locate. This applies to click springs as well that always look for an escape route.