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I Need to Clean My Tractor Battery

To clean the battery posts on a lawn tractor, you can follow these steps...


Disconnect the battery: Before cleaning the battery posts, disconnect the battery. This will prevent any electrical shock or damage to the tractor.

Remove any corrosion: If there is any corrosion on the battery posts, you can use a wire brush or a cotton swab dipped in white vinegar to remove it.

Mix baking soda and water: Mix a tablespoon of baking soda with approximately 1 1/2 cups of water to create a cleaning solution.

Apply the solution: Apply the baking soda solution to the battery posts and terminals using a brush or a cotton swab. This will neutralize any acid and remove any remaining corrosion.

Rinse with water: Rinse the battery posts and terminals with clean water to remove any remaining baking soda solution.

Dry the battery: Use a clean cloth to dry the battery posts and terminals thoroughly.

Reconnect the Battery: Once the battery is dry, reconnect it to the tractor.


By following these steps, you can clean the battery posts on your lawn tractor and ensure that your tractor is running smoothly.


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