I received a free aluminum MacBook today from someone who had killed it by spilling water on it. The notebook's in pretty rough shape as it is-- chips, dings, scratches, scuffs, you name it, it's there. But even so, I was not at all prepared for what I saw when I popped the bottom off. About half the logic board was covered in mold. Apparently he didn't even bother to open it up and dry it out after the spill. So now I'm at a loss as to how to remove the stuff. I dunno if bleach would ruin the logic board even more? Perhaps baking soda and an old tooth brush would do the trick? Really have no idea. Worst case scenario I remove the display and sell it (the glass is the only part of the computer that's intact it seems) and toss the whole lower half. But that would kind of suck.