Today I was painting my Big Blast and my At3k in my driveway (I have no room with adequate ventilation). I had to run to the store for about ten minutes. As luck had it, it began to rain while my Big Blast and most of my At3k internals were hanging in my driveway. Needless to say, they got quite wet.
My question: What seems to be the best way to dry out you blaster with minimal damage?
My solution: Get very pissed off at myself and the proceed in opening up the blasters, dry them with a towel/rag, and then put them under a fan to get rid of any remaining water.
Is this a safe route or should I dry this by some other process?
Edited by princexbuster, 11 June 2009 - 06:11 PM.