Immediately turn off the phone and remove the battery. Allow the phone to fully dry before restoring power to the device. A hair dryer set on low could be used to speed up the drying process.
If nothing shorted out when it got wet, which is rather likely, the phone will still be usable.
the best thing that you can do is to immediately open that back and separate the phone and the battery. The next thing that you want to do is to open the phone and take out the inner workings and electronics of the phone so that they can dry, if they seem dirty use rubbing alcohol and use that to clean the electricals and above all make sure the electronics are dry.
Turn off the phone remove the battery let it dry then you are lucky enough if it's still working.
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