My wife spilt water in her center console with her LCP. She didn't realize it for days (exact number is unknown). What a friggin nightmare! She has a crimson trace on it too. There was surface corrosion in many places. The battery in the crimson trace had corrosion on it. The hammer, sear, springs, barrel, mags, bullets,...all had corrosion. First I used compressed air and hit it everywhere. Then I used Blue Wonder Gun Cleaner, Q-tips, etc and cleaned everything that I could get to. I didn't disassemble the hammer / sear assembly or the firing pin assembly. I couldn't find detailed instructions. But I think I got everything. I think soaked it in Eezox, hit it with compressed air again, and then did a routine cleaning. It looks good now. But I want to watch it over the next week or so and look for signs of rust. The rust was very surface and no pitting. One of the magazines (the spare that just sat in water) had the most rust. But it looks pretty good after complete disassembly. All of the Hornady CD rounds were removed and replaced. Ugh! Unless I find some detailed disassembly instructions, I plan on sending it back to Ruger if I find more rust after a week or so.