Here is my thought on this. If you have time and you are looking for something to do, and you can strip the jigs down to lead, wash then in (Dawn) and then let them dry thoroughly. Then paint and bake them. However this is a time consuming process, and unless these are super custom jigs, it is not practical for a 1/16 and 1/32 oz head.
However if you want to do this, then get some paint stripper. Put all of the jigs in a glass jar, and fill the jar with paint stripper just above the jigs. Wait about 20 minutes, and check to see if the paint has come off the jigs. If not, leave them in for another 20 minutes, check again and continue to do this until the paint has melted off the jigs. Once you have clean jigs, take them all to a slop sink and wash all of them from the stripper. I use Dawn. Once jigs are washed let dry really well, and then you can paint them.
The other thing to check is the hooks. If the hooks have some rust on them, then I would just junk the jigs. I sent you a PM on the stripper I use.