Hey all! Earlier today, I was washing my MacBook Pro because I wanted to bring it to my friend's house. My laptop was kind of dirty from use (I use to A LOT). So I cleaned it with these computer wipes, it was about my fifth time using these wipes on this computer. When I got to my friend's house I noticed something. My touchpad didn't 'click' as much as it used to. If it helps, the laptop is a unibody, 13" MacBook Pro - the 2011 version. You know how if you click in either the bottom right or left corner of a touchpad it makes a nice 'click' noise? Well now that I do it, it registers as a left click, but it doesn't feel like the touchpad actually presses down - and the click is very quiet, if audible at all. Can anyone answer why? Even if the wipes are bad for the computer, why would a damp 'towel' reduce the 'clickiness' of a touchpad? If it helps you visualize, it feels as if something is stuck below the touchpad - like a tiny crumb. What puzzles me is that there is no holes for crumbs to go through below the touchpad. Can anyone help me out? Thanks to all that help!