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So it happened; I spilled juice on my laptop's keyboard.
It was only a little bit, but enough to instantly terrify me and make the necessary precautions to ensuring my laptop's safety.
So I did turn off the laptop, remove its battery, and turn it upside down, as I read from a website recommending so. It now remains upside down, and hasn't been turned on since. I cleaned between the keys as much as I could, but glancing at the keyboard, I could still see dried juice stains under some of the keys. (My laptop is an Acer 5560 series, so there is space between each key).
I'm ambivalent as to whether it's safe turn it back on. I feel like it may be a good idea to open up my laptop, and see if I can get a better look at the keyboard that way. But I'm not experienced with computer hardware, and I don't want to harm my computer in the process.
I'd like to know whether it's a good idea to try opening my laptop, and getting some of the dried liquid clean. If not, how else can I make sure the laptop won't be harmed, knowing the nature of the keyboard?