On Friday I spilled a bottle of 2.0 onto the keyboard of my MacBook Pro. It took five seconds to soak through to the motherboard and for the screen to go dark. Apple has a $750 flat rate to replace any components that need replacing. I’m waiting for an assessment from a local business to see if they would do better.
I’ve already dried out the interior of the computer. There remains a sweet fragrance, which is OK, but still nothing functions. I wouldn’t think Soylent would be particularly corrosive, at least in the short run. Is there any chance the components could be cleaned up rather than replaced? Even though it’s backed up, I’d rather not replace the solid state drive. I think it’s permanently mounted.
I hope no one else has had this experience, but probably someone has. Any ideas?