Cleaning corrosion?

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  1. Trlblzr3

    Trlblzr3 Weekend Warrior

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    Anyone know a product to clean battery corrosion and not harm plastic battery holder?
     
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    I really dont have issues with that in my cams but in other electronics I use only water and a small brush or eraser. They make electronics cleaner but dry it quickly so it won't attack the plastic.

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    Baking soda and a little water with a tooth brush. Dry it out real good and you're in bidness. :tu:
     
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    Put a little Dielectric grease on the contacts. A little goes a long ways.
     
  5. John T.

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    Wire brush and some Vaseline. Baking soda will work, too. My father was an advocate of coating battery terminals with Vaseline.
     

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