K so, I'm using my MacBook now, but as for my iBook G4, I spilled about half a liter of sparkling water on the keyboard area. It started to sink in quickly, so half a second after I did it, I quickly flipped it upside-down and shook it. Then when it was all clear of most water I grabbed some paper towel and got the rest. Then I flipped it back over and started using it again, thankfully it still worked. But abot 5 minutes later the "i" key didn't work, then others started to go out, and eventually about 75% of the keys on the keyboard didn't work. D: So at this point I was happy that the laptop still worked at least, so I took out the keyboard and dried it up with a hairdryer, then tried it a out on the laptop a few times and it still didn't work. So now I have a wired keyboard connecter, and I'm going to buy a replacement keyboard but how do I know if the laptop is okay? like is there still moisture in there or should it be gone by now? (I have been using it for about 64 hours.) Thanks for listening, any advice would be greatly appreciated.