I recommend you not clean your machine stuff with parts cleaning solvent (degreaser).
Last week I went to pick up a 8" Spacer that I had won on eBay. The seller had a whole area of his large production shop set aside and staged with extra and machine shop equipment and accessories. Every item was clean and bright.
In addition to the Phase II Spacer, I purchased a 4" Dividing Head w/4 plates and a 10" four jaw D1-4 chuck.
After a long drive home, I unloaded them in my unheated work shop. I live in the Pac. NW and cold metal gets damp and flash rusts if it isn't lightly oiled.
You guessed it. These new treasures were so clean that they flash rust over night. I was sick since the bright finish of yesterday was now a cool copper color on all surfaces.
I tired wiping it with a lightly oiled rag but all I got was rust stains on the rag the smeared onto any surface that hadn't flashed yet.
I've got it under control but I'm not sure what procedure I should follow to get it back to bright and unstained again.
The best I can figure, is they ran these items through a solvent degreaser since the internal parts don't seem to have any lubricant remaining.
Just my opinion and experience, FWIW.