Question One: Have you already had the musical part of the piano restored? If not, you are approaching the thing in reverse. Why do you want to restore the cabinet, only to later be told by a piano tuner to haul it to the dump? I have seen this happen. As I write, I am waiting for a customer to call whom I know has had the cabinet restored, and the inside works are a rattle trap.
Step 1. Disassemble the piano Slowly and very methodically disassemble what you can down to the sound board. Personally, unless you are a piano technician, I would leave the rest of it alone. Photograph each part and write the corresponding photo number on each bag. By the time you are done you will likely have forgotten all those details.
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The next thing I knew, I had paint stripper all over the large front piece, and all over one whole side of the piano. I was really hoping that piano guy was wrong, and that the thing would be made out of solid pine. Or oak. I have no issue at all painting pine or oak. But in the end, I decided to go for the paint.