I see Rob sent you some bearings. Just adding an idea for those who don't have bearings:
I got mine from a $2 pair of roller-blades from Deseret Industries (a thrift store like Savers or Goodwill). Now I have all my 608zz bearings and they are ABEC-5 instead of ABEC-1 . . . probably doesn't make a difference, but hey, 16 bearings for $2 isn't bad. Just take your phillips and your allen wrench set with you when you go. 4 wheels on each skate = 8 bearings x 2 skates = 16 bearings. (I already had four from some extra wheels that came with a scooter = 20 bearings.)
Tips for cleaning from youtube:
-don't worry about what's underneath the metal bracket because removing the bracket will likely dent the metal. Just wipe off with a paper towel or a rag You can shake them in rubbing alcohol, acetone, gas, nail remover, cologne, lemon juice, or break cleaner to clean. Lot's of people say don't use WD-40.
-. . . if you have to remove the bracket (if it seems like hair is stuck inside or something), use a sharp knife or razor on the metal bracket or use a small needle to poke through from the opposite side.
-if you don't want to buy special lube from some skateboard shop, motor oil (unused) or other thick grease seems to be the recommended diy oil (more than olive or canola oil).