I gather the reaction produces Sodium Oxide and Potassium Oxide as well as Hydrogen. Would there be traces of Sodium Oxide and Potassium Oxide left of a cloth that was positioned near the reaction? Thank a ton.
According to this site:-
NaK reacts explosively with water to form hydrogen, potassium hydroxide and sodium hydroxide.
This site says:-
NaK is a strong reducing agent. It is corrosive and will react violently with water. The reaction with water will liberate extremely flammable gases potentially causing a fire or explosion.
This youtube video confirms the above fact.