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Pull the power cord and remove the battery if possible.
 
'''No hair dyers or any forced air on/into a closed device!''' you'll only be spreading any liquid not drained around inside where you can't see or get at it.
 
In my opinion '''72hrs is a conservative wait time for drying'''- hours or a day mean '''nothing''' Best way to dry it is to seal it with a desiccant like silica packs (though even something like pasta can work in a pinch) or in a room with a dehumidifier.
 
Liquid and electrons don't mix. '''You really ought to open and dismantle the device as much as possible so that you can clean up, rinse off any residue''' ''that's right if it's already wet you can wash it'' and clean it so that there will be no corrosion occurring later. Spraying with ana DIELECTRIC electronic contact cleaner, and/or 99% alcohol will also speed the drying processprocess (70% alcohol contains too much water).
Liquid and electrons don't mix. '''You really ought to open and dismantle the device as much as possible so that you can clean up, rinse off any residue''' ''that's right if it's already wet you can wash it'' and clean it so that there will be no corrosion occurring later. Spraying with ana DIELECTRIC electronic contact cleaner, and/or 99% alcohol will also speed the drying processprocess (70% alcohol contains too much water).
 
Forced air on the open parts is OK, but if you're in a humid environment packing up with desiccant in a trash bag or rubbermaid container and making changes over three days or so would be better.
 
There's been a lot of ''well I '''I spilled on laptop my keyboard, but it '''stillitstill worked at first...''','' If you're lucky enough not to kill it straight off, then at least remove, clean and dry the keyboard best as possible before continued use. '''With many laptop designs there's ''nothing between the bottom of the keyboard and the RAM, FAN, Optical Drive, and all the other parts of the logic board but AIR'''
There's been a lot of ''well I '''I spilled on laptop my keyboard, but it '''stillitstill worked at first...''','' If you're lucky enough not to kill it straight off, then at least remove, clean and dry the keyboard best as possible before continued use. '''With many laptop designs there's ''nothing between the bottom of the keyboard and the RAM, FAN, Optical Drive, and all the other parts of the logic board but AIR'''
 
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Pull the power cord and remove the battery if possible.
 
'''No hair dyers or any forced air on/into a closed device!''' you'll only be spreading any liquid not drained around inside where you can't see or get at it.
 
In my opinion '''72hrs is a conservative wait time for drying'''- hours or a day mean '''nothing''' Best way to dry it is to seal it with a desiccant like silica packs (though even something like pasta can work in a pinch) or in a room with a dehumidifier.
 
Liquid and electrons don't mix. '''You really ought to open and dismantle the device as much as possible so that you can clean up, rinse off any residue''' ''that's right if it's already wet you can wash it'' and clean it so that there will be no corrosion occurring later. Spraying with an electronic contact cleaner, and/or 99% alcohol will also speed the drying process.
 
Forced air on the open parts is OK, but if you're in a humid environment packing up with desiccant in a trash bag or rubbermaid container and making changes over three days or so would be better.
 
There's been a lot of ''well I spilled on laptop my keyboard, but it '''still worked at first...''','' If you're lucky enough not to kill it straight off, then at least remove, clean and dry the keyboard best as possible before continued use. '''With mostmany laptop designs there's ''nothing between the bottom of the keyboard and the RAM, FAN, Optical Drive, and all the other parts of the logic board but AIR'''
There's been a lot of ''well I spilled on laptop my keyboard, but it '''still worked at first...''','' If you're lucky enough not to kill it straight off, then at least remove, clean and dry the keyboard best as possible before continued use. '''With mostmany laptop designs there's ''nothing between the bottom of the keyboard and the RAM, FAN, Optical Drive, and all the other parts of the logic board but AIR'''
 
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Pull the power cord and remove the battery if possible.
 
'''No hair dyers or any forced air on/into a closed device!''' you'll only be spreading any liquid not drained around inside where you can't see or get at it.
 
In my opinion '''72hrs is a conservative wait time for drying'''- hours or a day mean '''nothing''' Best way to dry it is to seal it with a desiccant like silica packs (though even something like pasta can work in a pinch) or in a room with a dehumidifier.
 
Liquid and electrons don't mix. '''You really ought to open and dismantle the device as much as possible so that you can clean up, rinse off any residue''' ''that's right if it's already wet you can wash it'' and clean it so that there will be no corrosion occurring later. Spraying with an electronic contact cleaner, and/or 99% alcohol will also speed the drying process.
 
Forced air on the open parts is OK, but if you're in a humid environment packing up with desiccant in a trash bag or rubbermaid container and making changes over three days or so would be better.
 
There's been a lot of ''well I spilled on laptop my keyboard, but it '''still worked at first...''','' If you're lucky enough not to kill it straight off, then at least remove, clean and dry the keyboard best as possible before continued use. '''With most laptop designs there's ''nothing between the bottom of the keyboard and the RAM, FAN, Optical Drive, and all the other parts of the logic board but AIR'''
 
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Pull the power cord and remove the battery if possible.

'''No hair dyers or any forced air on/into a closed device!''' you'll only be spreading any liquid not drained around inside where you can't see or get at it.

In my opinion '''72hrs is a conservative wait time for drying'''- hours or a day mean '''nothing''' Best way to dry it is to seal it with a desiccant like silica packs (though even something like pasta can work in a pinch) or in a room with a dehumidifier.

Liquid and electrons don't mix. '''You really ought to open and dismantle the device as much as possible so that you can clean up, rinse off any residue''' ''that's right if it's already wet you can wash it'' and clean it so that there will be no corrosion occurring later. Spraying with an electronic contact cleaner, and/or 99% alcohol will also speed the drying process.

Forced air on the open parts is OK, but if you're in a humid environment packing up with desiccant in a trash bag or rubbermaid container and making changes over three days or so would be better.

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