I did a search on this and couldn't find an answer to what I am looking for. My gf spilled a glass of wine on her pre-unibody MBP while it was on. She powered down, unplugged the battery, and tried to use paper towels to get most of the liquid out between the keys. She left it to dry for a week before I opened it up for her to see if there was any wine stains inside the computer. Luckily, most of the wine seemed to have avoided the logic board. The part of the logic board that has some wine residue is in the area I circled on the second picture. I was able to wipe off most of the wine residue with a q-tip but there is definitely wine residue still on the specific chip I have an red arrow pointing to in the second picture, with a third picture focusing on the chip in question. Does anyone have an suggestions on what I should do at this point? I would have thought that the wine would have completely dried after a week but as I clean it, I can feel that it is still sticky. I'm worried if a short will happen after the computer turns on, heats up and turns the sticky wine residue around that chip into liquid again. The only other parts where there was wine stains was around the speaker. Specifically, there was a huge stain where I have a red arrow pointing in the fourth pic. Luckily, there was a plastic over of some sort, so what was beneath it was spared but I have no idea if some wine got around that area. It would be wonderful if you guys/gals can chime on what my gf should do next before turning her computer on. Thanks.