Réponse à : « MacBook Pro Is Prone to Condensation! »If I can add a little here? This old RAAF radio tech can offer a tip, although basically for Australian readers. While I respect WD-40, it does stay sticky, and dust that passes through a fan-cooled device will tend to stick in on corners, and build up. There is in Oz a product by the name of ‘RE-ACT’, which advertises itself as a ‘radio/electronic corrosion treatment’, available from ‘selected’ radio-supplies outlets. It can be thought of as a lacquer, but it’s viscosity lies between WD-40 and lacquer. The old lacquer dries hard and with a slight yellow colour, and was the traditional insulation applied to fine bare copper wire. When a wire overheated due some problem, the then well-known ‘brown-smell’ was a warning of impending urgent problems, or that a fuse was about to blow. That smell was the lacquer melting, sometimes even burning. It was/is a nuisance when wanting to re-solder a connection, as it had to be scraped off the joint before the solder would bond. RE-ACT, on the other hand, is easily...