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Wipe the tears ;-} It maybe not totoo bad here.
Wipe the tears ;-} It maybe not totoo bad here.
 
Review this YouTube vid [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCT-CldP_r4|Cleaning keycaps] on pulling off the keycaps hopefully it just got under them and with a little cleaning all will be well.
 
Whats important here is to clean with distilled water with some cotton swaps (Q-Tips) don't use tap water! The areas that you can visiblevisibly see the wine. After cleaning with the water go over the spots with a high grade (85% or better) Isopropyl alcohol with the cotton swaps again to clean the oils from the wine and to act as a drier.
Whats important here is to clean with distilled water with some cotton swaps (Q-Tips) don't use tap water! The areas that you can visiblevisibly see the wine. After cleaning with the water go over the spots with a high grade (85% or better) Isopropyl alcohol with the cotton swaps again to clean the oils from the wine and to act as a drier.
 
Put things back together, that should do it. IFIf not let us know.
Put things back together, that should do it. IFIf not let us know.

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Original post by: Dan ,

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Wipe the tears ;-} It maybe not to bad here.

Review this YouTube vid [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCT-CldP_r4|Cleaning keycaps] on pulling off the keycaps hopefully it just got under them and with a little cleaning all will be well.

Whats important here is to clean with distilled water with some cotton swaps (Q-Tips) don't use tap water! The areas that you can visible see the wine. After cleaning with the water go over the spots with a high grade (85% or better) Isopropyl alcohol with the cotton swaps again to clean the oils from the wine and to act as a drier.

Put things back together, that should do it. IF not let us know.

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