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Thanks to vvack0matic for the suggestion to use the Armor All cleaning wipes. I just bought a container of them and successfully cleaned the buttons on the dash. Had to use my fingernail covered with the wipes to get through the 9 years of sticky finger oils on the buttons. No degradation of the plastic that I could see and the white numbers/lettering did not rub off. The sticky buttons had been bothering me for the past several years but I was concerned I would wipe the numbers off if I used the wrong cleaner. My observation is the stickiness is not due to the plastic degraded but solely due to skin oil. I say this because the buttons I never touch were not sticky and needed no cleaning.
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