Since I'm trying to eliminate all potential sources of errors that may have resulted in my Talon being the mess that it is, please forgive my over abundance of caution regarding my Eclipse. I need to clean it thoroughly. Disassembly is not an issue, but I am looking for tips on cleaning the body of the airbrush itself. I don't want to just put it in airbrush restorer or something along those lines, and would prefer not to unless I have to as I want to limit wear on the o-ring. Also, any tips on using the heavier cleaners when it comes to the needle? Putting it into a jar is going to damage the tip for sure. Just wondering if anyone has found any tricks to using restorer for something like that beyond using a small casserole dish with a lot of fluid in it. Also, the bottles for the BCS seem to clean out really well with water, tubes included, but the cup for my HVLP...not so much? Is what I'm seeing on the inside of the HVLP cup staining, or is there something else that can be used to scrub it out?