How does one remove oil, lubricant, or the liquid from a snow globe from the plastic sheets (with conductive traces) of a keyboard?
Originally, I didn't think that the liquid was conductive, or not conductive enough to be an issue. e and backspace were the only problem children. Now run away keystrokes (keyboard driver receiving mixed signals?)
I've had the keyboard apart a few times, attempting to clean with a dry clean rag and a et (water) rag.
I think I need some form of cleaner, degreaser, compressed air?
Anyone get oil or lubricant spilled on a keyboard before, any recommendations on cleaners?