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Cleaning a touch pad panel

It ain't a computer but rather a panel (touch buttons) on a microwave that is mounted on top of the stove. after some time, with all kind of frying oil and cooking steam flowing inside and all over the microwave, the touch pad panel started to lose button functioning gradually until almost all buttons do not work even if you press so ******* them.
it is dismanteled now, any idea how to clean the sticky glass and whats underneath without damaging the bottons?

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I clean mine with comet and windex on the buttons use toothpicks and qtips but i don't replace it till it's completly dry

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