How can I remove the keys from the keyboard to clean underneath?
I recently spilled some juice on my keyboard of the macbook retina, I'm so upset since I literally got this laptop a month ago (I've used the macbook pro before for 6 years before with no immediate problems). The "delete, backslash, and enter" keys are all really sticky. I've been scouring all online how to take off the keys so I can clean them however the keys are way too close to the board compared to other macbooks.
When going to the apple store they said they can't take off the keys and clean them, and I would either have to stick it out with the sticky keys or pay $755 to replace the whole keyboard which is ridiculous. I also ran into another problem where the apple store guy told me to put my laptop in rice and then the rice got stuck at the hinges and caused my laptop to crack... Anyways real question, how can I clean this? Or can I? Or can I try and get away saying it's just sticky keys (as in where are the water sensors located)?