I have a Inspiron 700m notebook, and last night I spilled some coffee on my keyboard (it's an internal keyboard). Thankfully my computer still works. The coffee was only a few drops, and it covered about 4 keys, and I followed advice from other web sites to shut down the computer and use a hair dryer to dry it off. But now those keys are really sticky (it was not black coffee--it had milk and sugar in it). I researched it some more and found that sugar can cause rust to the inside panels in the computer. I don't know if this will matter much, but I don't know how this would affect the "computer hardware, so the 4 keys that were affected were [ ] ' and Enter. Is there ANY way I can get it clean without having to have the keyboard or computer replaced? I heard from someone that there are high pressure air jets and vacuums that I can use to clean in between the keyboards, but will those work in my case? What would you say is the cheapest and best solution to my problem? Thanks a lot!