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What I'd like to know is how much residual of the product will be left on the controller, both on the places it can be wiped, and those where it cannot, as the product is clearly flowing into the into the controller not only via the stick, but also the buttons. I glanced at the safety data sheet of Brakleen, and wouldn't even dream of spraying it on my controllers, even if I was having a dream that I was dreaming. A double dream. No, before that, my fix would be to have the Switch repaired, sell it or trade it in, and move on with my as poison-free as possible life, instead of having to deal with this issue over and over again, as Nintendo is incapable of doing anything to put an end to one of the worst hardware defects gaming history, as the Switch approaches it's 4th anniversary. Absolute bush league.

- "If you have the heart of a true winner, you can always get more pissed off than some other asshole."