I think you’ll be fine, but it’s gonna be loud. All that air going through those small channels, it’s a heck of a racket. I use a blower to dry mine after a deep clean.
Do it outside and maybe wear earplugs.
That being said, here’s my process:
Taking it apart is super easy, it’s just a few torx screws. Take the honeycomb and manually push the stuck bits out with a chopstick or something.
Once most of the bits are out, I put the entire thing in a tub of ammonia/water mix, but you can use soapy water too.
Let it soak for a few minutes, give it a light brushing, then drain and rinse thoroughly (I rinse three times, and am continually astounded at the amount of gunk that comes out. The waste water is black like coca cola or the darkest coffee you’ve ever seen, really pure black).
Then I take the air compressor/blower to it to knock the water off… let it fully dry in the sun.
While the honeycomb is drying I manually soak, scrub, rinse and wipe down the frame of the tray, and them blow the water off the frame with the compressor. Once everything is dried, I reassemble the whole thing. It’s really easy and the only way I know to get the sticky gunk off of the thing.