I have a PAM clock that had an Ingraham motor in it. I assumed the motor was beyond help, and replaced it with a new Synchron motor and movement, which works fine. However, upon further investigation I found the Ingraham motor still works. The clock was in a Butcher shop for years and the motor and movement are completely fouled with meat grease (yeah...I know...gross!). I know how to deal with the movement, but ... The real question is how to clean the motor out and remove the meat grease? I assume I can not use an aqueous ammonia clock solution...but what CAN I use? Is a watch cleaning solution the answer? Or possibly something like Toluene (probably too agressive)? I would appreciate a tip/procedure from the experts. I will try to post a photo with this message.