If this friend immediately turned off the laptop

by Steven Haninger - 2/23/09 2:02 PM

In Reply to: Milk in Dell keyboard by macewan_

unplugged the power supply, removed the battery, etc., they could get lucky. I'd think the keyboard could be removed and cleaned carefully with water and rinsed with distilled, dried thoroughly and put back together. Anything that got under the keyboard would also need to be cleaned as best as is possible. It's really going to depend upon how much milk was spilled and exactly where it went.