Don’t throw your old dying battery away or rush out and buy a new one until you read this….
Did you know you can recondition batteries at home? Most people don’t even know what battery reconditioning is, let alone how to do it. But trust me, it’s easy, can save you money and can even become a profitable home business.
And really if you haven’t heard of this it’s no wonder. The battery manufacturers and the automotive industry as a whole certainly aren’t shouting it out either. It’s the last thing they want you to know. If you knew you could recondition your car battery to near new condition would you run out and buy their batteries?
Uh-Oh Battery Trouble!
Sooner or later we all have to deal with a dead or dying battery. Battery trouble is a pain, an inconvenience and sometimes a very expensive problem. Funny how it always seems to happen at the worst possible time, like when you’re running late for work, but never on a day off when you have time to mess with it. If we are lucky, we get away without having to call a tow truck. Otherwise it gets expensive in a hurry.
Unfortunately, reconditioning a dead battery can’t instantly solve a problem like this. But with a little planning and forethought it can prevent this from ever happening to you again. Once you learn how to recondition batteries you won’t need to ever buy a new battery again. You can even start a profitable business selling reconditioned batteries. Really, the whole process is pretty easy and inexpensive. So let’s look at what’s involved.
Way Down Inside
First all lead-acid batteries generate electricity by using lead plates submerged in sulfuric acid and the chemical reaction that occurs produces electricity. This is nothing new to you, I’m sure. But here’s where it gets interesting, because along with electricity, your battery also produces lead sulfate. When a battery is new this gets converted back to lead and sulfuric acid. But as a battery ages the lead sulfate becomes crystalline and begins to form deposits on the lead plates.
Battery Sulfation – Public Enemy #1
Since lead sulfate doesn’t conduct electricity it reduces your battery’s capacity. It no longer has the same power or charges as well. This is called sulfation or sulfating and it is the cause of most battery failure. If you’ve ever messed with a weak battery and put it on a charger you know after a while it takes longer to charge and won’t hold a charge as long. If done enough times, it eventually won’t charge at all. At this point even reconditioning won’t save it.
How To Recondition Batteries
Resurrecting The Dead
The good news is that sulfation can be reversed. A specialized battery charger called a battery desulfator is used. The crystalline lead sulfate is turned back into lead and sulfuric acid, and the now clean lead plates will now charge again just like a new battery.
Before you throw that battery away, why not find out more about how to recondition batteries and build your own battery desulfator? It can save you money on battery replacements and can even earn you money if you want to start a battery reconditioning business.
Read my EZ Battery Reconditioning Review here. You may want to try this course, since it is easy to follow and does produce results if followed properly.
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