|Nov 4, 2012, 03:55 PM||#1|
Sticky MBA Keys
Hey everyone - so yesterday clumsy me spilt some juice on my MacBook Air. Fortunately most of it went on the palmrest, which is easy to wipe off, but some got under the right-ALT key. It's gotten quite sticky, and this has spread to the left arrow.
I have an extended warranty in my home country that covers accidental damage (salesman even mentioned spilt coffee as an example), but I only visit about once every three months. I'll defs take it in then, but I was wondering about a quick fix.
Is there anything I can do to get rid of it - preferable without opening my MBA? Anything I can pour in or do?
|Nov 4, 2012, 05:39 PM||#2|
iPhone5 32Gb-iPad Mini 64Gb
iMac 27" 3.2Ghz i3 / 16Gb / 1Tb
MacMini 2.33GHz / 128Gb SSD / 20" ACD
Macbook Air 11.6" 1.6Ghz i5 / 4Gb / 128Gb
|Nov 4, 2012, 05:42 PM||#3|
I would try a cotton swab that is damp and see if I could get in under the keys and mop it up.
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