Sometimes you may have to face this situation when you carelessly spill water on your laptop. Do not panic because we will show you how to save your laptop with the following steps.
Turn It Off Right Now
First of all, you should keep calm and unplug the power cable, hold the power button for a few seconds until it’s entirely off. If you do not switch your laptop off immediately, you can cause damage to the components inside.
Next, remember to remove the battery if possible. This process might take time because some laptops offer batteries with a simple latch; others require you to unscrew the entire backplate to reach the battery.
It is also necessary to unplug any USB drives or dongles to avoid triggering a trickle of power from the system.
Let It Drain
It is time to wipe up any excess liquid from the laptop's surface using a soft cloth. Carefully clean the keyboard, vents, or ports. Turn the laptop upside down and then put it over a towel or something absorbent, and let the water drain out of it.
Take It to a Repair Shop
If you let the fluid intrude in your computer for a long time without being dried out or even after it’s dried, electricity goes to where it doesn’t belong, causing increased corrosion damage over time. Therefore, to ensure your device will return to its normal status, I recommend you take your laptop to a repair shop. They can help you clean the components with powerful solvents or ultrasonic cleaning machines.