Originally Posted by sassafras
...After flushing the device, let it dry. For a long time. Find a nice, warm, not too humid room and let your device sit for at least three days. Heck, maybe even a week. Just let it sit. Evaporation is the safest way to let all of the water leave the device. You may want to rotate or inspect periodically to make sure you don't have any puddles or drops forming...
this is just a suggestion but go find a package of desicants, you know, those things in that come in you shoe boxes that say "don't eat this package", anyway. let it sit out for a couple days on a dry towel then when all the water has drained out put the packages in a plastic bag with the electronic device this is to get any risidual moisture out. i was told by my electronics teacher that if you dont have the device turned on it has a better chance of surviving, because it doesn't short out right away