Seen some guy Put something in a box and poke a hole in it and point a hairdryer in and leave it for a few hours. I imagine airflow is a priority over heat. We used to dry atties using a pc fan or home aircleaner or ac/heating vent.Welcome @PapaBear I actually have a piece of electronics that I deeply want to be sure dries out completely and it's been sitting a few days but I'd love for it to be dryer! I really like this thing and cannot replace it. I've gutted it as far as I can.
Can you please phrase for me your method in language useful for clumsy idiots? It sounds interesting from what I can tell. I don't necessarily need a "why" it works, I'm gonna assume based on what you are saying, this works. (I also have little to lose at this point). I need like a how to and yeah probably using household items LIKE a blowdryer, etc. and also "how long". Etc.
Also, welcome to ECF.
I'm just a simple unfrozen caveman vaper, but I seem to have heard that water evaporates more quickly when air is cold. If the rice doesn't work, which I have heard previous to this thread, mayhapst I would set something wet in front of my air conditioner, which also removes humidity from the air.
Heat may work better to get the moisture OUT of the device though.