Use anything on it, its only regular plastic.
With the greatest respect, from a new pupil to those who know much much more I would beg to differ with " use anything on it, it's only plastic".
I thought so at first and quickly found that all plastic is not equal, and not all cleaning products are equal. I recently learned a sharp lesson in ruining your "plastic" surface while trying to clean it. I used Acetone for the first time - a big no no on this plastic as it just burnt into the surface and ruined a perfectly good motor housing (the part that cups the front of the motor assembly). The part is still useable but the surface visual damage would be a put off to a buyer who is fussy about looks and give a bad impression of your work.
A big kicker for me was the fact that I foolishly messaged the seller/manufacturer from within their webpage and asked if this product was safe to use on ABS plastic. Having not had a reply I carried on and bought the product along with some other chemicals, Rubbing alcohol, etc. - now that made me really grumpy :-(
Memo to self - Always test on a scrap or out of the way piece first.
Just passing on my error experience so that others may avoid doing the same thing.
Catch you later.