I did something entirely stupid the other day. While making a pack of ramen, I somehow fling oil across the desk and onto my iphone 4. The dock cable was connected to it and most of the oil just got onto the Speakers area and the dock connector. I thought since, the cable was plugged in, it wouldn't get into the dock opening that much so I just cleaned up the oil in the speakers and the front/back plate as much as possible. iKlear did wonders for this purpose, it cleaned up the oil well and no residue was left on the outside area. Luckily, no damage visible at all (I was afraid of oil getting underneath the glass ) and the phone still works fine. The speakers seemed a bit gargled but I think I'm being paranoid and it's really fine. However, I plugged in the cable this morning and when I disconnected it, there was oil on the metal part of the cable I tried to clean it up as best as I could but I just can't reach that far in to grab the rest of the oil. What can I do? Will the oil set off the liquid detectors apple has? And will it mess up my phone? Help please! Aside from the dock opening, there are no traces of oil left (at least I can't see any ). On another note, my phone now has the faint spell of seafood. Hopefully it will go away ... Thanks guys!