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Old 07-21-2012, 07:40 PM   #15
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Get a can of cocacola or seltzer water, pour on battery terminals watch it fizz and remove all the crod, rinse and voila! . If you want to remove the terminals it works even better

Never tried that one. Thanks for the tip. Diet soda OK?
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Never tried that one. Thanks for the tip. Diet soda OK?
It may keep the batteries nice and trim lol
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Never tried that one. Thanks for the tip. Diet soda OK?
It works too and it may help keep batteries nice and trim LOL
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