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Epsom Salts Help to Recondition Lead Acid Battery

Researchers have found that Epsom salt, which is also known as magnesium sulfate, can effectively help to restore lead-acid batteries. Following the failure of a lead acid battery, people buy a new one. However, now it will be possible to use magnesium sulfate (Epsom salts) to recondition the lead-acid battery by dissolving lead sulfate built on the battery plates. But this would be a temporary fix as it could build up time and again due to other failure mechanisms such as plate material shedding and its collection at the bottom of the battery.

When a car battery is left unused for a long period of time, it loses its ability to hold a charge. This leads to the creation of lead sulfate due to the combination of the lead from the internal plates of the batteries with electrolytes. Then the process of desulfation, also known as “battery reconditioning“, is done to remove the deposited lead from the battery’s internal plates. To start the process, distilled water is heated and then it is saturated with the Epsom salt. After filtering any solids left, the water or salt mixture is poured into the battery till it consumes it completely.

It is not possible to get a reconditioned lead-acid battery instantly as it would take several weeks to revive batteries to restore it with the help of salt. And even if it doesn’t work then also there are many other methods available to recondition battery. And one of them is ez battery reconditioning. It is a great method that a lot of people are using today. Ez battery reconditioning method reviews can guide you in using this method for battery restoration.

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