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Old June 2, 2013, 01:06 PM
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Originally Posted by KaptCrunch View Post
nada on the baking soda (bubbles) for leaves a acid for your fighting a acid with a acid

rinse really well after to wash away active residue, otherwise will lift off plating on battery tray.

if leaking/swelling battery, is the unit overcharging battery.
You can use Baking Soda mate, its not the best solution but most people don't keep soda ash in their house.
All you get is an endothermic reaction and some residual stuff left over.
Much safer than dealing with the acid on your own.

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