Hi @noobious ,
Turn off the laptop, disconnect the power (if connected) and remove the battery from the laptop.
This will prevent any further damage from occurring.
Allow a suitable time for the remover to dry (or evaporate) and then reconnect the battery and turn on the laptop and try the keys once or twice only to see if it is OK or not.
If not then you may have to replace the keyboard as when trying to clean/repair keyboards. you can cause more problems than what you originally had.
Here’s a link to the service manual for the laptop, taken from this webpage.
It will help you to remove the top cover to get to the keyboard (the keyboard is part of the top cover).
On p.18 you will find the part numbers for the top cover/keyboard (it should also be printed on the underside of the top cover or keyboard in your laptop.
If you search online using the part number only in the search box of your browser, you’ll get results for suppliers of the part.