Keyboard Possibly Fried - Repair Options?
About a month ago, I was cleaning my keyboard with Windex and I put an excess amount on the keyboard to the point that I assume it seeped down and affected something inside. When I would press the "K" key, the SK keys would press down, up to the point where I got the opposite for each key I pressed. Unfortunately, the power button is a victim of that and I can no longer function the laptop. So I pretty much gave up on that for about a month, but now I recall I have some precious and important pictures on that laptop that I wish to salvage out. The laptop is in beautiful condition, the only thing that is not working is the keyboard, and I had this happen with a similar incident happen (I believe) a few years ago with a Windows laptop where I spelled orange juice on my flight back home and I simply ordered a $20 keyboard replacement, opened up the top case, pulled out the keyboard ribbon + keyboard and replaced it. I'm unsure if this is the case here and if that is an option. What tools are necessary or are there repair options out there? I have no tools here other than a normal size Phillips screwdriver.
PS: Also, can the SSD be salvaged out and be used in a Windows laptop for data retrieval is no repair options are available? Thanks!