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Unread 02-10-2019, 12:30 PM   #11
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Once you have all the "GAK" cleaned off, completely "slather" (it really doesn't take much to do the slather part) your battery terminals (all metal exposed part) and .....very important....slather the terminal AND the inside of the connector, with this stuff.

Re-connect as normal and you will NOT have green gunk growing from your terminals......EVER!! (Ever if you slather it right)

I used this the last 3 years of my T-105's 6.5 years life and terminal cleaning was a thing of the past.



What this stuff does is keep the gassing that normally occurs when re-charging....keep the gas "stuff" away from the metal....which will cause corrosion. It's like wearing a garlic neckless when in vampire territory.
10-4 never thought of that. Use that often on aluminum service cables. Never thought of puttin it on battery posts... keep that **** off your clothes! Will destroy a load of laundry!
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Unread 02-10-2019, 01:59 PM   #12
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10-4 never thought of that. Use that often on aluminum service cables. Never thought of puttin it on battery posts... keep that **** off your clothes! Will destroy a load of laundry!
Cleaning battery corrosion will put nice little holes in the clothing you're wearing if it get's on 'em.

But....good to know about this product. I usually applied it with latex gloves on.....just because it's not the easiest product to remove from you hands.
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Picked some of this up going to see how it does.
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Unread 03-10-2019, 08:55 AM   #14
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Just did mine, used baking soda to neutralize and a wire brush and wire wheel to clean the frame up, not perfect bug good enough and at temps in the teens here power washing was out.
Sprayed with self etching primer then brushed on some rust-oleum hammered, good stuff, happy with the results.
Exactly what I was going to recommend! Wire wheel on drill to clean off rust, then paint the bare metal or you will not fix the problem only treat the symptoms.

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