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I had this problem several years ago.  My dealer had a guy they worked with who was able to fix it.  He "scraped" the gooey parts and did some kind of magic - I'm not sure what.  Since then, the dash has looked just like it did the day the car was new, and it has not become sticky again.

(if you ask me, Lexus should have been forced to do a recall to fix this, since it's an obvious defect on their part.)

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