Okay, so stupidity rules and working from WiFi coffee shops led to 16 oz of hot tea hitting my laptop keyboard in slow motion.
Obviously I turned it off and I tipped it up to allow drainage, I know to leave it off 24 hours to let all parts dry.
What else can I or should I do? Besides check my extended warranty rules!
Should I some how "rinse" the tea w/water to get rid of residual stickiness?
i recall a lifetime ago working in a restaurant where we would take out the circuit boards of the fancy cash registers to wash the grease off them, but how/what should I do to try to save my laptop
Thanks for any help...I'll checking later from some one else's computer, if any oen will trust me to touch theirs!
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