Okay, I was never good at science in high school, but I had this idea and thought someone could tell me if it could work or not.
Let's say you drop your phone in water, but quickly take it out and submerge it in cooking oil (which doesn't conduct electricity). Water and oil dont mix, so the water should separate from the device and float to the top of the oil. Next you take the device and submerge it in isopropyl alcohol (which also doesn't conduct electricity). This should remove the excess oil, possibly dissolving it. Then you let it dry (alcohol dries quickly, so it shouldn't take that long)
Theoretically, shouldnt this work? I actually want to try it on a device I don't care about, but figured I'd ask here as well