i just acquired a 1980 Lado Hawk H400, and I’m totally stoked on it. It’s pretty much my dream bass. However, when I got it, the guy who sold it to me had just bought it a few days earlier from a store. He decided to oil the shoot out of it. Well, when I felt the neck I knew something was up, so I ran my fingernail down the back of the neck. EWWWWWWWW! Yup, 39 years of dead skin and skin oil and sweat peeled up. So I have scrubbed it with a drop of dish detergent and water on a paper towel, but now, days later, I’m still encountering patches of sticky residue that I can rub off with my fingers. It comes off just like little tiny rolls of dead skin debris... very small like 1/2 mm grit. What can I do to clean this lacquered neck?