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Old 11-28-2012, 10:20 PM   #11
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The thing is, the water inside must dry out before it starts rusting circuits and electronic components. Didn't know rice would do the trick.
I would rather use a hair dryer as the warm current of air would dry it quick.

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Originally Posted by Rockbobster View Post
After immersion, the first thing to do is remove the battery, if possible. If it is dropped in salt water, then immerse it in fresh water for a few minutes. Flush and immerse again. Flush again and then put the item in a bag of dry rice.

Another option is to immerse the item in isopropyl alcohol and then drain and dry it. This helps disperse the water.
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