All very true. And if the loquid contained any amount of sugar, you actually need to first scrub and rince the parts with demineralized water as sugar is almost not soluble in alcohol. Then you rince with alcohol to wash out the demineralized water so it will dry properly, as it could leave moisture in small parts otherwise.
And you can check for the water marks inside. if they haven’t change color than you’re lucky and liquids most probably didn’t get in.
I saved a few devices this way (scrubbing with demineralized water and/or alcohol, not the rice). The rice is actually worst than letting it dry vertically. Depending on the rice you use, and how you put the device in, you can get rice dust particles inside the device, which will get stuck to the water droplets, and potentially burn up when you power on the device depending on where the are.
But like you said, scrubbing still is not magic, if you waited too long, tried to turn on your devices, or dropped it in some peculiar mix, no amount of scrubbing will do. I once forgot an iPhone 5 in the washing machine, turned on (sleep mode). Let’s just say the full cycle with soap, banging, spinning (too make sure everything got real wet. Let’s just say that one never walked again. Who knew metal could get so green so fast…
Quando isso acontecer, você poderá ver um gráfico da reputação que ele adquiriu ao longo do tempo.
Aqui está uma prévia de como será o gráfico:
Nenhuma reputação adquirida ainda.