Properly constructed generators do not usually need to have their windings dried out after they have been splashed with water: rotary field generators have the windings waterproofed at the factory and usually don't eed to be dried out.
Brush-type generators should never be back-fed to avoid damaging the voltage regulator and governor.
Marine rated generator sets are fully enclosed and are able to take even prolonged immersion without ill effect.
Usually it is best to just blow?????? You suck.
Usually it is best to just blow "open" windings dry with warm compressed air.
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