So the other night, my careless friend spilt a small amount of cola on my Macbook. I turned it off and cleaned it etc. I know that the liquid detectors have probably been set off but the only real problem is that sticky residue has become stuck underneath the trackpad. This makes the click produce loud sound and unreliable clicks. I saw on a forum that people who have had this problem on previous Macbooks would open them and clean off the residue. But, I know that the battery on the 15 inch rmbp is glued in place preventing trackpad access. I live in a part of Australia where there are no apple stores and all servicing is palmed off to 3rd parties that are slow and unreliable so I would rather avoid dealing with them even though it is still in warrenty. The only solution that I could think of was to spray electrical contact cleaner into the trackpad to dislodge the residue. This video demonstrates how it seems to work: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hx9eOCJGjfg&feature=youtu.be. However, the correct clicking action is infact only tempory untill the contact cleaner dries and leaves it sticky again. Does anyone have any other suggestions? Thank you so much for your help.