So, I spilled some water, not a big amount but enough to worry over my new MBP 13 unibody. I recently moved and i dont have any furniture, my laptop was at the same level but a considerate distance from a glass of tap water. I accidentally spilled some water over the enter, f8, over the track pad at the base of the screen and the super drive slot. As i said, it was not a lot of water. Then I panicked.... I turned off the computer, and turned it upside down. I couldnt take out the battery, because i cant take out the battery in this computer. And when i realized the battery issue I panicked even more, So i used a hair dryer to dry the water out, not realizing it had only two options, off and very hot. Without realizing, the heat made some keys to come off, basically they melted. I felt like a complete idiot. then i turned the computer upside down then I dried the computer, and took it the next day to the shop. The guy turned on the computer for a moment and it seemed to be working ok. Even the burned keys were still responding, only the caps were jammed. I turned it off, and now is completely sunk into 10 kg of rice covered in a T shirt. I bought the new keycaps and hopefully everything will be alright. He told me that warranty is off, and that there is nothing to do there, he also told me that the damages can be seen in the coming weeks or months as the whatever residues of the water can create a short or something. I understand that lying about me doing a spillage is kind of stupid because of the humidity sensors, (which i guess they were triggered, ive heard they are very sensible even to high humidity conditions or even sweaty hands). So what can i expect? what is the potential damage here? How sensible are these humidity sensors? what to expect with the extreme heat over the keboard? It only takes a moment to mess things up. I ve owned a PB for 4 years and nothing ever happened to it.. not a dent or a scratch or anything... took me 6 days to make a mess out of the new one. Any comments about this?