My skin gets oily very rapidly, and as a result everything from my keyboard through to the (already very glossy) body of my NX100 has a thin sheen of oil building up on the most handled parts after prolonged use.
The parts that are nowhere near any moving bits I have cleaned with mild soap and water, and that seems to work (although as far as I know water and cameras shouldn't mix), but what about the rest, like the shutter button?
What's an easy, safe way to clean off an oily coating like this, or perhaps from handling it after eating with one's hands? I guess it would be the same any electronic product which you can't just scrub up with soap, but I'm not sure what that would be.
(Note - I don't think this is a duplicate of How to clean an oily spot from the camera body?, as that's about a specific spot that won't go away despite repeated cleaning.)