I am partially tearing down a motor to put some new heads on as well as a few other things. \n\nWell, I made a fairly boneheaded mistake, looking for some adivse. \n\nI had drained out some of the anifreeze and pulled the heads. I was not ready to put the new ones on so I threw the old head gasket on with the old heads and snugged up a couple of bolts.\n\nThe motor rotated sligthly on the lift or maybe the floor is a little sloped where I moved it to. \n\nRegardless, I pulled the head back off tonight and there was about 2-3 tablespoons of antifreeze in top of the piston. \n\nI must not have drained enough out and it ran through one of the passages.\n\nI soaked it up as well as possible with paper towels but am worried as I would think some would rund down past the rings. \n\nWhat would you all suggest? Lower end is all assembled and fresh. Should I pull the pan off and clean up anything I can see? Wipe a little oil on cylinder walls as well?\n\nWont be running this motor for a little while (few months) and dont want to have any rust develop.