There are some other threads on other websites about cleaning up brake fluid. But I just wanted to get a more organized, concise answer here on SE.
Wanted to confirm that cleaning up brake fluid just requires water and the same detergent you would use to wash clothes. Because brake fluid is water soluble.
It doesn't matter the type of brake fluid, does it? (mine is Honda DOT 3)
Or the material that the brake fluid is spilled on? My mess is on some cotton clothes, polyester clothes, and the plastic/vinyl/rubber synthetic material of the cargo tray in Honda cars. (mine was the cargo tray for an Acura RSX)
Honda cargo tray examples: