[NTLK] Leaky battery!

Doug Denby ddenby at rogers.com
Fri Sep 14 08:08:49 EDT 2018

Baking Soda is used with car battery terminals, because the sulphur buildup is acidic, therefore, a base (alkaline) is needed to neutralize it.

Doug Denby
137 Main Street
Unionville ON L3R 2G6
ddenby at rogers.com

> On Sep 14, 2018, at 1:49 AM, Forrest Buffenmyer <newton_phoenix at mindspring.com> wrote:
> Yes it’s vinegar. Always with corroded batteries.
> Here’s your test: Put either baking soda in its natural dry state on the corrosion, or in a solution with water. Nothing.
> Submerge the corroded item in vinegar. PRESTO! Foaming cleaning action.
> Don’t forget to rinse well with water afterwards.
> Mahalo,
> Forrest

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