How to Clean Heavy Corrosion on Car Engines

Do you want to prevent corrosion on your auto engine? If so there are tips to treat heavy corrosion on your Power Genix Systems. Here are some helpful tips:


Cleaning Battery Corrosion at Home

First, take off the battery terminals starting with the negative cable. Then put the cups of solution atop the battery and then place each of the terminals in a cup. Let it sit there for 20 minutes until the solutions work themselves into the terminals.


Keep the terminals inside the solutions. Then use an old toothbrush to scrub them down. The next step is to mix a cup of 4 ounces of water and baking soda solution. Take the solution then pour it over the car battery. Let it soak for half a minute.


Then use a paper town to wipe the battery clean. Use a battery post cleaner/sandpaper to clean the battery posts as well as the cable ends’ contact areas. Then re-attach the cables to the posts. Start with the positive.


Cleaning Battery Corrosion away from Home

I n this situation a lot of corrosion has resulted in your car/truck not to function. If you’re miles from baking soda, you can use Coke and napkins to remove the corrosion.


First, pour the soft drink over the auto battery’s terminals. Let it soak for about one minute. Then use more soda to rinse then wipe it clean. Next, use a pair of pliers to remove the cable ends to and fro. Make sure that the movement is slight.


This will help to break the corrosion bond in. Then pour more soda atop it. Next, use more soda or water to rinse the previously corroded area. You can now jump start the battery or even turn it by turning the key in the ignition.


These are some top corrosion-treating tips for Power Genix Systems.