If you can get the switch back to this state of strip down, clean both these parts with iso-propanol alcohol or similar and leave to dry (don’t use acetone) get some epoxy resin, Haroldite works well and cover the board with the resin, fill all the little gaps in the track.
Then once it’s dried sand the contact face back until the terminals are shiny bright. Then rebuild the switch.
Because the contact plate isn’t jumping between the pins the whole switch will last much longer. I did this with mine on a new switch, it’s also less clunky now because of it.