Well; Background to this story: We live in SE Michigan and have been without power for 6+ days now, since Sunday 6/8 3am. We have a basic 5,000 Watt generator, enough for one 20A/240V circuit, which I can power the fridge and one other circuit. Due to this, our normal routine is totally gone and we are winging it day-by-day. Therefore, our MacBook has been moved from its usual spot on the island to a circuit plug that has power while the fridge power is active. Issue: Two days ago while cleaning the kitchen with sponge, my 4 year old son decided to help out, he wiped down our MacBook keyboard with a dripping sponge!!!! aghhhhh. My wife did not notice this until 30 minutes later, too late. Now, the space bar key and a few others don't work, and worse is the shut down button tries repeattely(sp) to shut down. A friend at work suggested putting the whole MacBook in a sealed bag with un-cooked rice, so here I am trying that. Hopefully it will dry out the moisture and it works ok, if Not I'll be back here finding out what else to do. The MacBook is 2 years old, out of warranty, taking to Apple store is out of scope for now.