I have a MBA rev 1 and a keyboard cover. Every so often, I wash the cover. I don't know why, but this time I decided to take the whole MBA with me to the kitchen. I took the cover off and washed it. Near the MBA was a bowl of EVOO and balsamic. The cat jumped onto the counter and knocked it over, sending a good 6 tbsp of oil and vinegar into the keyboard the one time I had the cover off. Anyways, I power it down immediately (yes, it was on), and turn it upside down. I took it apart and the drive is fine, but the logic board has some oil on it (no vinegar, thank God), but the keyboard is drenched. I know that it is probably fried, but I want to try cleaning it anyways. What should I soak it with? I already have it in distilled water just to dilute the vinegar, but it doesn't remove the oil. Will isopropyl do anything? Or is there a solvent that's safe for circuitboards?