Spray bug spray near the laptop

Yesterday, I did a very stupid thing.
I just spray bug spray under the laptop table.
Although my laptop is on the table, will the bug spray get into my laptop vent and stick it inside my laptop van.

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A little will.

Just like you will inhale some as well. To avoid that, turn off the laptop till the spray settles.

Post was last edited on March 15, 2018 8:24 AM PDT

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affect the fan

Will my laptop exhale the spray out of the fan or still inside?

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I think you know this one.

Just like your lungs some will stick inside. A little is probably not a big deal.

Easy to avoid. Turn off the laptop till the spray dissipates.

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will it still enter the system?

Here is the distance between the laptop and the spray area:
Is my laptop safe from the spray or it still inhale some of the spray??
I spend a lot of money of this laptop, just want to take care of it......

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I repeat. You know the answer.

Sometime will get in and stick. It's not a big deal in small volumes. And again, to avoid this, turn it off as soon as you realize what you are concerned about. When the air clears, then you can get back to it.

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If the laptop or device is off.

No worries.

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On the bright side.

At least no bugs in the software.
Dafydd. Devil

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