1. You will need a de-greaser of some kind to shift all the gunk from the moving parts. I'll leave the exact petroleum distillate up to you, I went for White Spirit / Stoddard Solvent. It's cheap and relatively low on acute toxicity. Always read the label of whatever you go for.
2. A general purpose light oil, the sort you put on your bike chain is perfect.
3. Boiled linseed oil. Wood needs oiling too.
Now here in the UK boiled linseed oil has been treated with hot air (boiled?) which improves the drying time. Other methods of improving the drying time include the addition of heavy metals so check your countries' regulations and read the labels, if yours states heavy metal additives go for a neat beeswax polish, alternatively, and this sounds a better proposition, Zzoe
recommends using food grade walnut oil.
4. Epoxy glue, Araldite or no-name, you choose.
5. An old toothbrush. A pair of vinyl gloves. What do you mean you don't have any old toothbrushes?