I'm a little worried. I was using some compressed air cleaner (to be specific, Office Depot® Brand Cleaning Duster) to try to blow the dust off some dusty parts of my computer. The instructions are very explicit about not tilting it at an angle because this could cause the gases to be released in liquid form, but the parts I was trying to clean were at kind of an awkward angle, there was really no good way to get the can in at an upright angle, so some of the liquid did get on the stuff I was trying to clean, unfortunately. It evaporated almost immediately, though.
So now, what should I do? I've seen conflicting information online. Wikipedia says that the liquid form of the gases will act as a solvent, causing unwanted damage to surface coatings, so this is troubling to me, but I don't necessarily trust wikipedia as an accurate source. I have seen it said elsewhere that compressed (canned) air will do absolutely zero damage to your computer, even if you get the refrigerant (the stuff that blows out the nozzle when the can is sideways or upside-down) on your CPU/GPU/RAM/Motherboard.
So, what should I do now? I want to clean the peripherals and such that I used it on off now in the best way possible, to prevent or mitigate any further damage that may or may not have been done or will be done by the liquid. What would be the best method to use now? Just, cloth dampened with water? Isopropyl alcohol? Something else?