I've got a customer's E. Thayer 30 hour weight time and strike wooden movement (cir. 1830s). Initial examination showed some fungus on some of the wheels but I've brushed all that off. There may have been some graphite in the bushings. The winding arbors on the back plate need rebushed and some of the others are questionable. What is the right way to rebush a wooden movement? Are the pivots to be polished. I've only ever worked on brass.