If you are asking about cleaning the exterior of the battery then the answer is yes. The baking soda will neutralize the battery acid and the water will clean everything off.
by a wet cloth soaked in salty water
No, it is battery acid corrosion caused by leaking fumes. Clean it off with water and baking soda which will neutralize the acid.
Baking soda and water. It will neutralize the acid. After removing the acid clean the post with a battery cleaning tool you can buy at any auto parts store.
use a mixture of bicarb and water and let dry completely
Clean it with 'caustic soda', it's alkaline Ph 14 (very strong), it will neutralise any acid and bactera
Use a pencil eraser to clean off the contacts and remove the corossion. You can also use CRC electronic cleaner to clean out all the acid residue.
Corrosion from the sulfuric acid. The electrolyte (water) inside the battery is a mixture of sulfuric acid and water. Those blue crystals is just corrosion. You need to clean it off. Remove the negative black (-) cable first and then the positive red (+) cable. With a mixture of 25% baking soda and water, clean all this corrosion off the battery and the cables. You can also use vinegar. Dry everything off and then clean the connections with a battery post wire brush you can buy at any parts store. Reconnect the battery cable positive first then negative.
Battery acid is sulfuric acid. Sulfuric acid is very corrosive and will burn your skin if not washed off very quickly.
Remove the battery cables and clean them off with a tool especially made for that purpose you can purchase at any auto parts store for about $2. Use baking soda and water to neutralize the acid. Rinse the battery off and reinstall the cables securely.
the chemicals in it clean off acid
It can be used to help treat nausea, it can also help with a headache, it can be used to unclog drians, and clean battery acid off you car battery. But it is mostly used for drinking.
Simply mix some baking soda with water and pour over battery to neutralize the acid, and then simply wash off with a garden hose. If you want it super clean,,, one can use a scrub brush or something.
No, but they will corrode at the battery posts. Clean them off with water and baking soda. Then use a battery post cleaning tool to clean the post off.
the acid burns off all the durtyness
Helps your battery cells to hold charge to start your vehicle so you need to check acid levels in battery if its low top it off with battery acid fluid you can get it in any automotive stores, Acid just holds strong charge and helps your battery cells not to be dryed out.
you should wash it off
No, battery acid (sulfuric acid) is not the strongest acid. The Strongest acid is fluoroantimonic acid. Bear in mind the acid in a battery is in a diluted state-not concentrated. Although it could blind you, if it gets on the skin it will create a burning sensation before it does any permanent damage and you can wash it off or neutralize.
take the battery terminals off and clean them and the battery mountings on the battery real good and reinstall.
Anytime you run an automobile battery down you shorten the life of that battery. An acid leak in a sealed battery means the battery must be replaced. If it is leaking from a battery in a battery with filler caps just add distilled water to the full mark and wash the acid off the vehicle battery compartment.
First check the battery for signs of damage. If none, then wash the batter with water and baking soda to neutralize the battery acid. Pry off the battery cell covers carefully. Watch out for acid. Clean out any large dirt particles and around the holes. Fill the cells with distilled tap water to just above the plates. Minerals in tap water will corrode your battery. Do not overfill. Finally replace the cover and use a radiant energy battery desulfator to recharge.
baking soda and water neutralize any kind of acid
Pour a solution of water mixed with baking soda on the battery, let it sit for 5 minutes, and then wash it off with plain water. The baking soda will neutralize the acid.
Oh yes. They can dry out and your cells inside of your battery will be dry so there for your battery wont hold a charge. if its dry acid no it cant but will wear out. But wet batteries do dry out but some batteries like car battery can be topped off with acid fluid.
Baking soda works well if you apply it immediately after washing the acid off. If you wash the acid off quick enough you will get no burn.