In July I spilled tea on my 2014 Macbook Air. I immediately turned it off, disconnected from charger, paper towel dried any liquid, and proceeded to wait for 2 weeks with it off. When I turned it back on, it worked fine, but with some sticky keyboard keys and a little sticky on one side of the trackpad. I had a work laptop at the time so I left it off all summer until I returned to school a week ago. I used it a little and now the keyboard and trackpad are not sticky. I bought an ultrasonic cleaner, new trackpad, new keyboard, and branson ec cleaner in July when it happened so I could clean out the laptop properly. After looking at ifixit guides to dissemble to get the logic board out, it seems little things could easily get broken. Should I still disassemble the laptop or given the time passed now is my laptop safe (lower risk) from damage? I bought everything since I thought the logic board could still get damaged over time from using it. Looks like I'll be out $120 if I don't use the stuff I bought. I used to repair and take apart cell phones a few years back but this is a different monster. What do you all think? Thanks!