Hello guys! It's my first forum post and I wish it was under better circumstances but I'm in a mild state of panic. This morning I crashed my Advance into the water, I suspect it's because a worn out threads in one of the propellers. Just 10 seconds after takeoff one propeller just shot of the rotor and the drone plunged down. Luckily I could recover the drone whit a home made hook and I washed it in normal tap water since I crashed it in salt water (I mean it can't get anymore wet right?) Right now I'll just let the drone dry for a few days before I try to start it, since the battery is lithium I don't have high hopes for it and I will store it outside in a metal bucket just in case. So now I'm calling on you the pros for advice. What should I do? Is it even worth to try and start it up after it's dry? Is it something I can do to further reduce the damage? To anyone who had a similar experience what did you do? And did I so far do things right or did I make it worse? Thank you in advance! Edit1: Thank you all for the tip, I did put my drone in a sealed bag whit rice and for now I just hope for the best. I'll keep this thread updated so future pilots who gets through the same nerv wrecking experience can find some help!