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My hyundai gets dashboard has started getting sticky (melting) , please advise solution

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When a Plastic starts to get sticky and oily, it is at the total melting condition. The more you clean the more sticky it will be. STOP cleaning, the plastic will eventually wipe off leaving the base cover. You can only treat the plastic to stop the sticky and oily surface. This will prolong your dashboard life span. Use the sticky melting solution conditioner it will stop the sticky and oily condition. Home

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Sounds like someone used solvent cleaner...only thing you can do is clean fresh water and vinyl cleaner.if it turns grey then you may have to use vinyl paint to get it back to its original finish.

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