Originally Posted by arkhillbilly
Bought a bottle of battery equalizer at www.batteryequalizer.com
for my rv batteries. After one recharge, I see pieces of something floating in the liquid inside batteries. Could this product really clean and prolong my batteries?
The last thing you want to see is anything
floating around in a battery.. How old is the battery.. has it always maintained a charge? The only way to truly check a battery's condition is to check its "Specific Gravity" in each cell. That being said the acid in a battery is very dangerous, so I would not recommend messing around with it.
As a kid, we always tried to extend a battery life, but based on past experience, the battery (car) always got replaced soon after adding the miracle drug to the battery.
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