Firstly, I've gone through most of the threads about spilling liquid onto Macbook Pros but none of the cases really had to do with this specific of a question. I apologize if I'm causing any trouble and I'd be thankful for any responses at all. ^___^ I also know that it was irresponsible of me so rub that in my face as much as you want. So I spilled milk (with frosted flakes) on my keyboard on Wednesday morning at about 12:30 a.m. I immediately turned it over, wiped it down quickly, and turned it off. I considered taking off the battery but I didn't have a screwdriver on me soooo.....I mean, not much got through. I placed it in an upside-down V shape and let it dry for about 41 hours before using a hairdryer (on low, cool mode) from about an arms length away. Then a couple hours later I popped a few keys off and saw that all of the milk had accumulated and dried at the center of the plastic suction/ring and I cleaned off as much as I could from all of the keys. I noticed that there were some strings under a few keys (1-2 per) but I think it's just how the milk dried. It's been 75.5 hours since I spilled the milk and the milk underneath the keys look to have dried completely but I don't know for sure. Should I wait any longer?