Hi everyone! I know there have been threads on this in the past but I felt my situation was a little unique and specific so maybe I should start my own. I bought a 13" Retina MacBook Pro a week and a half ago and as ridiculous as it sounds, I spilled some Twisted Tea on it. I have an iSkin keyboard cover so that caught most of it. It definitely could have been worse. After cleaning up the spill, I noticed that the only keys that were effected were really the space bar, the CMD keys and the letter C key. I took it to the Genius Bar today. The Genius opened up my laptop and did not see any liquid damage so he said I would qualify for it to be shipped out to the repair center under my 1 year Apple warranty. He did say though that if I shipped it out, it would be about 3-5 days and if they find liquid in the actual keyboard when going to replace it, that will void my warranty and I will have to pay $655 to replace it. I do not want to do that. I'm debating if it is even worth sending out and being without a computer for 3-5 days for them to only turn around and say they can't replace it for free. I know they are going to find liquid otherwise the keys wouldn't be sticking, ya know? So, I did some research. I found online that you can remove the keys yourself and clean them individually with a Q-tip or something. I'm not sure I feel comfortable doing that. It makes me anxious. Does anyone know of a cheaper repair company that would be authorized to fix this for me maybe? I'm desperate. Thank you guys!