I was cleaning my wardrobe when I found some huge white-brown blots where there was a lot of batteries that I have use. I was keeping them for properly disposal but I forget to do that.
I accidentally touch one of them and noticed a incolor liquid. I just washed my hands with soap and put the batteries outdoor in a disposal bag. There was not any rust or white mass, just blots on the wood of the shelf and maybe a little more of that liquid (I guess the wood absorbed most of it).
Most of the batteries was Duracell LR6 alkaline but there was a few of Eveready carbon zinc R6 too. So, I would like to know how to clean up the possible remaining liquid and if I need to worry about vapors or something.