I'm not familiar with "rem action cleaner and powder blast" but I assume both of them are solvents which don't leave any lubricant behind when they dry off. If so, they have stripped every bit of lubricant off the action, and it is now dry and bare, so it needs lubricant at each moving part.
In order to make sure I don't miss any points that need lube, I spray with BreakFree or RemOil - spray thoroughly and get everything wet. However, that will leave an excess of lube, which you need to remove to keep it from soaking into the stock wood (gun oil will ruin wood over a long time). If you have a source of dry compressed air, you may be able to blow the excess off. I use cleaning patches or Rags-In-a-Box to wipe it off. The whole thing may look dry when I finish, but there is still oil on the moving parts.