Battery Reconditioning


It is common for most people to dispose of their used batteries the minute they feel it is no longer functioning properly. However, what most people do not know is that these batteries can be renewed and made to function effectively again as if they were brand new.
I am sure you are aware that batteries are quite expensive so it is advisable that before you dispose of your old batteries; try to see if they can still be renewed.

Like I pointed out earlier, you will not only be saving lots of cash when you recondition your batteries, your environment will also benefit greatly from this. Batteries are made with strong chemicals that leak into our soil and pose harms to our health. Therefore, making a decision to renew your old batteries will go a long way to help you and would even reduce the rate of land pollution by over 50%.

 “How Easy Is It?”

Most people I have come across are of the opinion that battery reconditioning is a very difficult process. I know you may be thinking this way too. Let me put it to you today that the process of battery reconditioning is very easy and is something you can achieve without any form of stress. As a person, I have done it over a hundred times and it may interest you to know that I have mastered the art to the extent of making a living from it.

Like me, battery reconditioning can be carried out by virtually anybody but what you need to know are the rudiments and techniques to apply.
It does not matter whether what you have is a car, clock or laptop battery, I can show you how to bring it back to life without stress.

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Battery Reconditioning

In this guide, I will be giving you a detailed guide on how to recondition your old batteries. This is a step by step guide that will break every procedure involved in Battery reconditioning down for you.

However, before beginning this process, it is pertinent that you have the necessary tools needed to do lead acid battery reconditioning or reconditioning of any  battery. Another important thing you need to have is a detailed guide that will teach you how to recondition your batteries easily.

The reason why I say this is very simple. When I wanted to start out with battery reconditioning, my search for a well-structured guide led me to various online materials that were either incomplete or written wrongly. Some even had the wrong diagrams.

Only a well written guide can teach you what you need to know and if you do not want to be scammed like I was scammed, then this guide is what you should be buying.
You can get your copy now.

  lead acid battery reconditioning Product Description:

This guide delves extensively into the art of battery reconditioning and teaches people from all works of life on how they can make their dead batteries alive again. This will of course help them save money used to buy additional batteries that will still end up being thrown away.
The guide will teach you how to restore any of these batteries back to life:
– Car batteries
– Computer and phone batteries
– Rechargeable batteries
– Long life batteries
– Batteries used in alternative energy systems
– Deep cycle marine batteries
– Golf cart batteries
– Forklift batteries
– And many other kinds of common batteries!

lead acid battery reconditioningBecause we want you to truly have a really remarkable experience, we have also added our detailed “Battery business guide”, as a bonus on your purchase.

Reconditioning Procedure:This teaches you how you can get used batteries at a price that is sometimes free and how you can bring them back to life and sell them to others and make massive profit.


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Charging and checking Motorbike Batteries

Charging and checking Motorbike Batteries

How are Motorcycle Batteries Rated?

The amp/hour (AH) capability is the basis for rating bike batteries. In order to compute the amount of time needed to use up a totally charged motorbike battery by turning the lights on, we have to take power in watts, and divide it by voltage, which provides us the present draw in Amps.

Inspecting Motorcycle Battery:

Follow this actual factory-recommended service treatment if you decide to examine if your new bike battery is done properly.

If the battery is not a maintenance-free type which does not have a vent tube, unwrap the battery, unkink the vent tube and snip about a half-inch off the end. Remember, the battery will still be at only 65% of full charge at this point.

If your battery is a refillable lead-antimony type, it should be charged at one-third of its rated capacity in amp/hours for four to five hours to get it to complete charge. Maintenance-free type battery should be accuseded of a constant-current battery charger that can drive the charge with as much as 16.9 volts. This should be carefully monitored so as not to go beyond complete charge.

Next, recheck the electrolyte level and add water if required. Let the battery cool so the case contracts enough to suit its usually tight little holder. Run the new breather tube, if the battery occurs with one, thoroughly through the original factory routing.

Things to Remember when Charging the Battery:

1. First off, it is very important to bear in mind that Red is black and favorable is unfavorable in order to avoid any mishaps such as short-circuits and nasty shocks.

2. The charger needs to work with the motorbike battery, and provide a greater output than the battery voltage but not expensive.

3. Make sure the connections are tidy and the electrolyte is at the upper level, and do not fill the cells as much as the really leading of the battery.

4. You can either use an optimizer on the battery which can successfully turn off the battery when it’s charged and avoids overheating, or disconnect it manually.

5. It is recommended to put your battery on charge every two or three weeks.

6. An upper and lower level battery ought to have all the cells on the upper level, not over and never ever under the lower level.

7. For complementing the low cells, use only distilled water.

8. The minimum charge for a brand-new batter must be at least for 8 hours.

9. If you have a dry battery, fill the cells slowly and leave the battery for around half an hour.

In order to determine the amount of time needed to utilize up a completely charged motorcycle battery by turning the lights on, we have to take power in watts, and divide it by voltage, which provides us the current draw in Amps. If the battery is not a maintenance-free type which doesn’t have a vent tube, unwrap the battery, unkink the vent tube and snip about a half-inch off the end. Remember, the battery will still be at only 65% of full charge at this point. If your battery is a refillable lead-antimony type, it needs to be charged at one-third of its rated capability in amp/hours for 4 to 5 hours to get it to complete charge. Maintenance-free type battery need to be charged with a constant-current battery charger that can drive the charge with as much as 16.9 volts.

How to fix a dead cell in a car battery?

how to fix a dead cell in a car battery?
How to fix a dead cell in a car battery?

How to fix a dead cell in a car battery?


Imagine you are returning from a happening weekend night party at the club and suddenly your car stops. You try starting the engine twice or thrice but it doesn’t work and you are stranded in the dark on a road without much traffic. Doesn’t that sound like a Hollywood movie? It definitely does, but it can be you any winter night when you even don’t have enough warm clothes to keep the chilly winds from making your bones jingle against each other. That happens when the cells in your car battery expire and your car breaks down all of a sudden. There can be an even worse scenario.

You are all ready to leave for work on a Monday morning. You have an important meeting with the boss so you woke up early and got dressed in your best suit but the car betrays you at the last moment. However, you don’t have time to call a mechanic at that moment so you feel helpless. If you have been facing such unavoidable situations because of your car batteries, then here are few things that might help you:

  1. Detect the problem before it gets severe.

Just like illnesses in your body, the earlier the diagnosis the better it is, the same is true for your car battery. The battery is actually composed of six batteries which provide the required amperage and voltage for your car to start. The cells inside the battery are charged with the help of the alternator. If you want to know whether the cells are in good condition or not, then there are two symptoms to detect that:

  • The car takes longer to start or turn over.
  • The car starts fine but when it has been switched off for a longer while then it needs more time to start it.

If you are facing such problems, then it is time to be cautious and start taking things seriously before you have to go through the agony of a broken down car in the middle or beginning of a trip.  The best way to do so is to use a voltmeter to check if the cells are providing ample voltage. If the voltage provided is 12.4 volts or higher, then the cells are fine and the problem might be elsewhere. However, a lower voltage level indicates that one or more cells are either dead or dying.

  1. Fixing the dead cells in your battery at Home

Whenever we are faced with the problem of dead cells, the only option we find suitable is to sell it at a very tiny amount and buy new ones. However, buying new batteries is a good choice but it is not an economically viable choice.

If you want to go for a smarter option, then the best way to do so is to fix your dead cells by yourself. This will save you from the huge amount that you pay for your new batteries and also increases your batteries’ life by 5 years. Most mechanics also refurbish dead batteries and sell them at greater prices. If you are interested in reconditioning your dead batteries by yourself, then you need a few simple tools and some time from your busy routine.

  • Required Tools:

Here is a complete list of tools that will help you fix the dead cells of your car battery at home:

  • Drill
  • Screw Driver
  • Goggles
  • Distilled Water (half a gallon)
  • Neoprene Rubber Gloves
  • Battery Charger
  • Plastic Funnel
  • Turkey Blaster
  • Epsom Salt
how to fix a dead cell in a car battery?
How to fix a dead cell in a car battery?

The Procedure:

After collecting all the required tools and equipment’s, you need to prepare yourself for the process of reconditioning your car battery in a properly ventilated and fireproof area. It is important to ensure safety before you start.

  1. Bring the distilled water to boil or up to 150 degrees, then add Epsom salt to the boiling water and keep stirring. You do not have to stop before the Epsom salt is completely dissolved in the water.
  2. In order to clean your battery from inside, you can use baking soda and clean water. This will also help remove corrosion from cable connections and terminals etc. This will give the battery a brand new look so you get the same thing by spending literally nothing.
  3. You will need the screwdriver to open the cover of the battery cells. You will start by removing the top cover sealed with the battery, then remove the plastic caps and then proceed to drill holes at the impressions. Use a slightly damp towel to clean any kind of dirt and dust particles from the holes.
  4. Next you need to fill the battery with the solution that you prepared using the Epsom salt and distilled water. You should careful enough not to fill the batteries with metal funnels because metal will most likely react with the acids. After you have cautiously filled the cells, cover them with the plastic caps.
  5. After covering the battery, you need to connect the battery terminals with the charger and charge the battery slowly for 24 hours. Repeat the same process twice or thrice in order to ensure longer lifespan of the batteries.
  6. Thus, now the batteries are reconditioned and ready to be installed in your car.

Safety Procedures

It is important to keep in mind the safety precautions because without them, you can cause damage not only to the battery or the car but also to yourself. Thus, you need to ensure you have the adequate safety gear, proper storage place and are away from inflammable objects. It is also advised to keep an extinguisher close in case of any kind of emergency situation.


This do-it-yourself repairing process will make you independent by not only helping you save a lot of time and money but also helping you not to fall prey to the excuses of mechanics etc.



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