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No they were to wet to stick, had to use my thumb nail behind the wipe while removing the gue, kind of like a scraper getting the gunk under my nail with the wipe between. The wipe is a soft cloth, Personally I didn't have any trouble with the armorall wipes. If you have the same sticky gue on your buttons as I did the use of your finger nail is a must, scraping the stuff off with the wipe between your nail and the button.
What is the stick gue on the buttons? I thought my car was unique in being the previous owner might have been a slob
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