Are your car battery terminals oxidized, clogged or overloaded with deposits?
Clean them now.
L’oxidation and corrosion of the battery may prevent your car from starting.
Instead of going to buy an expensive off-the-shelf product (or worse, going to a mechanic), use baking soda.
Here’s how to easily clean an oxidized car battery. Look :
How to do
1. Disassemble the lugs and remove the cables starting through the negative terminal (indicated by a « -« ) then positive (indicated by a « + »).
Do the reverse when reassembling.
2. Then scrape off the pods to remove the larger one.
3. Then, scrub with a toothbrush with a mixture of water and bicarbonate.
4. Do not rinse, because the battery does not like water! Wipe thoroughly with a dry cloth before putting everything back in place.
And there you have it, your battery is now nickel 🙂
It works perfectly. Easy, isn’t it?
The pods are perfectly clean.
No need to go to the garage or change the battery!
Practical, efficient and economical!
To extend the life of this cleaning at bicarbonate, put grease or petroleum jelly on the pods.
You tried this easy trick for cleaning an oxidized battery ? Let us know in the comments if it worked for you. We can’t wait to hear from you!
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