My iPhone 6 slipped from my hand into a toilet bowl at home; fortunately, the water was clean (as much as it gets), and, while muttering, "No, no, no, No, NO!" I quickly fished it out, and as soon as I could, powered it off. I then removed it from its case, dried it off as best I could with paper towels, popped out the SIM card, and then put it into a baggie with rice. Then I went online and looked at some pages, and just as quickly removed it from the rice baggie, making sure rice was no longer in the lightning, SIM, or headphone ports. It's midnight here on Friday night in Japan, at the start of a long vacation season, so no immediate shop help. I did do a successful screen replacement on an iPhone 4 I had years ago, so I'm not totally inept at that sort of thing. I took out the screws and popped open the display, careful of the flex cables. I was able to take one of the driver tools and very gently poke with a tissue in the crevasses. Some water soaked out from near the top of the battery next to the case edge (not the chip side). Dabbed dry a few other places. When I took the SIM out, there was a little water on it. There is no more water visible, and no water appears between the components. The internal water damage indicator at the top of the battery is red, though no water ever appeared there; conversely, though there was a dab of water in the SIM tray, that indicator does not show red. I would like to avoid removing the whole motherboard, but I did before with the 4 and survived it, but I recall how harrowing that was. Also, some online tutorials say to rinse the motherboard in 97% Isopropyl alcohol, but I have none on hand and would have no idea how to get some on a holiday weekend here in Japan. How screwed am I? I certainly seem cursed—not 24 hours ago, I dropped the phone in its case on the only concrete floor area in the house, and so it obligingly fell flat on the screen, the only unprotected part, and went CRACK. Not 12 hours ago I had the screen and glass replaced. So I promptly drop it in the toilet. Certainly hexed if not full-out cursed, I'd say. What are my chances? Is what I've done good enough, or should I go whole hog and remove the motherboard for potential drying? How important is that? Or should I just leave the phone open as it is for 24 hours and hope for the best? Thanks!