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I am the very proud owner of a CambioCorsa 2002 and have the usual sticky switch problem. I have been able to clean most of the gunk off using anhydrous alcohol (very good results on the air vents and door handles) and where the plastic underneath is black, all is good.
Sadly the hazard warning lights are white and I suspect most of the rest of the switches are white too - what is recommended to stop them looking silly?

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Your best bet is to just send them to a professional refinisher, there are a few around in the other forum and quality generally depends on what you pay for.

Avoid the ones that put decals, there are enough people who laser etch the graphics so that’s the least I would settle for.
 

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Your best bet is to just send them to a professional refinisher, there are a few around in the other forum and quality generally depends on what you pay for.

Avoid the ones that put decals, there are enough people who laser etch the graphics so that’s the least I would settle for.
Great advice - I presume the centre console is just a push fit? Next question- is there anyone in Australia you know of that refinishes?
 

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I have sent off the buttons to a refinisher (Lorenzo in PA). Having seen pics of the finished items have to say it looks like the only way to go
 

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I have sent off the buttons to a refinisher (Lorenzo in PA). Having seen pics of the finished items have to say it looks like the only way to go
hi champ I am on the Goldie - when you say PA you mean Philly in the US to get them redone?
Where are you? and who do you use for mechanical etc?
 

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hi champ I am on the Goldie - when you say PA you mean Philly in the US to get them redone?
Where are you? and who do you use for mechanical etc?
Hi - yes I am afraid I have sent my switches to Lawrence (Lorrizo) in the US. His turnaround is fast (4 days) but right now it takes a while to get there and a long time to get back even by express post. I have seen pics of the rejuvenated switches and they look great but haven't arrived yet. I am based in Sydney and plan on doing most mechanical stuff myself but if you are able to get down here Paradise motors is a specialist independent that I would go to if I had something complex
 
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