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By just wanted nice nails / Wednesday 5 August 2015 04:37 / United States - Palmer
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Actually, if everything is turned off and you remove anything that has a charge, you could clean your motherboard and other various parts with soap and water. Granted you can't soak that shit (you must be some sort of disgusting fuck for NEEDING to wash it, and not spray with compressed air).

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  thenameisfatma  |  23

#43 actually that might help. I accidentally dropped the nail polish remover on my macbook air (and not just a few drops) then i turned it off and it wouldn't turn on (i pretty much gave up on it at that point because my sister dropped a couple of drops of tea on her macbook and it was ruined) then i held it under the sink and let the water run through it and then i covered the whole macbook with rice for a couple of weeks and now it works just fine except for the keyboard and i bought the wireless keyboard in exchange and i'm downloading a couple of albums on my macbook as i write this comment!

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  Myo_fml  |  20

Laptop.

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  Callinebo  |  10

but it says computer, not laptop. think about that, maybe?

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  Silver7827  |  14

@42 But a laptop is still a computer, if the OP were talking about a desktop they probably would have said desktop. Also, if it were a desktop, I doubt the OP would consider the whole computer broken just because a desktop keyboard was ruined.

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  cupcakebruh  |  21

@45 But a desktop is still a computer, if OP meant a laptop they would have said laptop; but they didn't, they didnt say either, they just said computer, so we'll never really know.. On a side note, I do actually agree that if it were a desktop, they would just have to get a new keyboard not replace the whole thing.

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  mds9986  |  24

51- the thing is, if it was a desktop, it's 100% impossible for acetone to ruin the whole thing when it is spilled on only the keyboard. If the whole computer was ruined as OP claimed, the only conclusion is that it is a laptop. At least with a laptop the acetone could get through to the internal components. However, this is only under the assumption that OP isn't dumb enough to think a ruined desktop keyboard = ruined computer and failed to realize the keyboard is replaceable.

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  Lalala579121  |  27

42 - Do they even make $500 desktops anymore? If I ruined one I would be happy about it. Hell I'd do it on purpose to have an excuse to get a desktop that doesn't suck.

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  shessohighh  |  10

Accidents DO happen. I work with software developers all day who eat and drink all around their laptops. If OP was using her desk to paint her nails, she could have easily accidentally spilled a few drops of acetone. Doesn't mean OP is an idiot.

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  siggy_mcsigx  |  17

49 One shouldn't even attempt to do something like a self manicure over a laptop. I wonder if she was following a cool nail design or something, but anyway I think that's what 4 means by idiocy.

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  teentee401  |  36

77 the FML says a "few stray drops" so I doubt she spilled the whole thing. The way it's written sounds like OP was using the remover right over her computer/laptop, which is pretty stupid.

By  CarolynMae  |  8

I did the same thing but I instead dumped it on my 1100 dollar Mac keyboard

By  daniannie  |  17

Sounds more like a pebkac error to me. if you honestly think that little bit of acetone ruined the WHOLE computer, just by spilling it on the keyboard. then maybe you shouldn't be using it at all.. unless it is in fact a laptop, well then you're S.O.L sorry OP.

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  gottageek  |  17

If so many people are pointing out that it could be a laptop it would seem that most people call a desktop a computer and a laptop a laptop. I've never ran into someone who didn't differentiate, but I typically am only around a techie crowd where the differences are important.

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