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Cleaning Car Battery Terminals

July 9, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

cleaning car battery terminals
Is blue or yellow corrosion on a regular car battery?

Normally, the corrosion on my battery is white and powdery, but today when I clean the terminals, the positive terminal was covered in a moist, pasty blue light closest to the terminal corrosion and corrosion yellow paste on the front edge of the blue corrosion. Is this normal? I've never seen colors other than white or a anything close for-like paste. Normally, corrosion on my battery is white and powdery, but now when I clean the terminals, the positive terminal was covered in damp, pasty blue light closest to the terminal corrosion and corrosion yellow paste along the edge of the blue corrosion. Is normal? I've never seen colors other than white or close to the pasty. There was also much more corrosion on the terminal that normal.

Surely you have sprayed some chemicals harm your battery. Now, disconnect the terminals with a damp cloth regular soap / water to the battery terminals and all around, then remove grease and dirt everywhere, first connect the word more and then the negative term, Put a little grease on the two terms. We hope you will bettery long term, make sure the water level to the top mark.

Cleaning Car Battery Terminals

 

Cleaning Battery Terminals

March 27, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

cleaning battery terminals
How do I clean the battery terminals on my car?

There is a bad connection and I need to clean the junk. How do I do?

Hello, first you must copy all the radio stations on your radio, you should first use the baking soda on the battery that neutralize any battery acid on the battery. Then with a wire brush to clean the terminals and connections remove the connectors and use a battery terminal cleaning brush to clean the battery terminals and within terminals, be sure to check the cables from corrosion inside insulation too. Remove the battery and rinse with water and baking soda careful not to get it into the acid fill holes (if you have them on top of the battery) and be sure to clean the battery tray. Install the battery and battery clip, positive cable first, then the cable last negative, then relax all the radio stations. Note: Do not put grease on the terminal device before putting the cables back on you can use a slight layer of fat after the battery cables are installed. Good Luck

Cleaning Car Battery Terminals