clean retina MacBook Pro keys after liquid damage
I recently purchased a new macbook pro with retina display, unfortunately while listening to music on it while drinking a gin and tonic i spilled some of my drink on the keyboard. OH NO! i thought, and quickly removed the excess water and powered the computer off, leaving it tilted downward overnight to avoid the liquid penetrating into the vital components of the computer. This was about 3 weeks ago and the computer is working completely functional. However the left shift key and space bar nolonger have the same "crispness" as the rest of the keyboard, im assuming there is someway to remove these keys to clean the assembly and key itself. iv tried watching several videos on youtube but none of them directly relate to the retina macbook, PLEASE HELP!
ALSO Is it possible that taking it to the apple store that they might perform this for me ? or are they going to tell me immediately that the computer is liquid damaged and needs the entire keyboard/mouse assembly replaced? Opinions?
Is this a good question?