This is the original bridge from my 3FEB66B Telecaster: It's been off the guitar for more than two decades, because of rust and string breakage issues. What is the best way to clean this up, so I can put it back on the guitar where it belongs? And is there a good way to de-burr the string holes? With this bridge/tailpiece, the guitar had a chronic string-breaking problem, especially the un-wound strings. They'd always snap right where the string emerges from the body. Bonus points for any suggestions that utilize a Dremel Moto-Tool (and recommendations for the proper attachments for the job...) since I have one of those. I'm more interested in utility than cosmetics on this project, since the guitar is far from mint anyway. The bridge looks a lot better today than my memory of what it looked like when I stuffed it in a bag and hit it in a drawer sometime in the 1990s.