A total restoration involves the complete disassembly of every
single part of the machine. All parts are thoroughly cleaned, repaired, refinished to exacting factory specifications,
reassembled and thoroughly bench tested to insure proper operation. Metal castings are stripped, polished and repainted
to the correct factory color schemes. Wood cabinets go through a similar process of being stripped, reglued, sanded,
stained and refinished in the same manor as they did at the factory. Castings in need of replating go through a stripping,
cleaning, and replating and polishing process, using the correct "Watts" Nickel where called for or Chrome or antique
Copper if that is what was used originally.