Hi, Unfortunately, I recently spilled coffee on my two-month old MacBook Pro I got lucky and acted quickly to turn it off and got to cleaning/drying out the liquid right away. Fortunately, everything works except that some keys are a little sticky still after 2-3 weeks of use. I talked to the local Apple Store and a local Apple-authorized repair shop and they both said that they can't clean the keyboard in any way and would instead need to do a water damage repair which runs about $1,200. I am thinking that eventually, corrosion will become an issue and at that time, I can get the water damage repair done if it is still worth it at that time. Until then, I would like to at least try cleaning the keyboard myself if it's possible. Obviously, I can't expect to have any warranty going forward so I am OK taking a calculated chance. The Apple store and the authorized rep said that the keys on the 2016 MBP are quite delicate and can't be removed easily. So, I wanted to ask the folks on this forum, has anyone had any experience removing the keys on this keyboard? Can they be safely removed and can the contacts underneath them be safely cleaned? Thanks!