I was working on my 2013 MacBook Air (model A1466) with a 95% empty glass of coke to my left... and bumped it... spilling a VERY small amount on the lower left corner of the laptop. The coke landed on the trackpad and a few of the keys (space, x, c, v, b, command)... I had a towel on the table and instantly wiped up the mess but of course there was some soda that got between the letters and the surface of the laptop. This happened about 36 hours ago. I've cleaned the keyboard with rubbing alcohol and everything appears to be working... no issues with the laptop itself and all the keys work fine. I just spent over an hour testing every key over and over and over and am using it now to type this message. The problem I do have though is I have a few sticky keys, no doubt from the coke that seeped between the keys and got underneath. The affected keys are the spacebar and a couple letters above it. Also, the backlighting on the keyboard has one area that is bright... the 7-9 keys and F7-F9 with the entire rest of the keyboard still lit, but much dimmer. I've researched replacement keyboards on Ebay with various results... 2012 MBA keyboards (not sure about compatibility) for $25 and the keyboard plus the lower section which I don't need for $100-$250. I'd love to be able to just clean the keyboard but it looks like I have to take the case apart... and if I'm doing that and can get a replacement at a decent price I might as well replace the keyboard. I am assuming that nothing else "underneath" was affected other than the keyboard... due to the small amount of coke that was spilled and how quickly I cleaned it. What are my options? Can I send it to Apple a cleaning? I contacted them earlier and was given info on local authorized service centers as well as the Apple store. I'm assuming the warranty is void due to this but the rep told me it might not be... if I get it serviced by approved personnel. Input greatly appreciated.