Hi, so in a tragic turn of events I spilled coconut oil on my MBPr Keyboard. Ever since the incident my keys have been less responsive, especially when the MBPr is cold thus making the coconut oil solid. As the MBPr warms up however responsiveness partially returns but not quite at the level it would be at if there was no spillage. I took my MBPr to the genius bar and they ruled it as liquid damage. Now while that is a valid diagnosis the only thing malfunctioning are several keys on the keyboard. After some research I concluded that coconut oil is not conductive so it shouldn't cause any future electrical issues. The main problem once again is the little bit of Coconut trapped inside the little gel/plastic button sensor. The standard price for a liquid damage repair is around $1300 but I know that all my laptop really needs is a new keyboard which would be about $400. This being the case what do you guys recommend I do to perhaps clean the inside of my MBPr keyboard or does anyone know where I might be able to get just the keyboard fixed (I am aware the speakers and trackpad are all connected to the keyboard). Apple protocol forces them to replace all the hardware in the laptop for $1300 when I know for a fact that isn't necessary. So what do you all think the best course of action is?