It's a simple fact that most large corporations that manufacture batteries are actually concealing the fact that almost any battery that appears dead can actually be reconditioned and brought back into working order.
Now, they can hardly inform you of this, as their companies work by manufacturing batteries - if they tell people that those batteries can very easily be reconditioned or restored, they will be massively depleting their own profits. Just consider the fact that the lead from old batteries is often bought at throwaway prices by companies that manufacture batteries, and then re-used in brand new batteries. This means that a great deal of their raw material is recycled.
There is nothing wrong in doing this, because recycling preserves the environment and cuts costs.
What's wrong about it is that you end up paying full price on a new battery that is often made with recycled lead.
While you cannot completely recycle the lead in a battery at home, you certainly can restore a battery that appears to be dead.
Any kind of battery can be reconditioned
This rule doesn't apply to lead-acid batteries alone, but to almost any other device that uses a battery - for example, your laptop or your cell phone.
Whether the battery in question is a nickel-cadmium battery, or a metal-hydride battery, or even a lithium-ion battery - the fact is that it can be reconditioned and restored so that its active life is extended two or three, or even four times what otherwise would be.
The best part is that all it really takes to recondition the different kinds of batteries available on the market today is a little bit of practice.
Once you recondition a battery once or twice you will find it so easy to do so that you will not only be able to recondition all the batteries that you use in your own home, but will also be able to do so for your neighbors, at either a nominal charge or else by reselling the reconditioned batteries to them at half the price of a new battery.
And that really is a good way to earn money. Remember, that the average family can spend hundreds of dollars every year on purchasing new batteries. It can often even go into the thousands of dollars.
The simple fact is that we require more and more 'mobile' power for everything, from vehicle batteries to solar power installations, to backup power, to electric vehicles.
Every one of these things is using 'mobile' power. Then, there are the laptops, cell phones, TV remotes, and a host of other devices that also use batteries, that is to say, also require mobile power. There's no reason for you to not save money in reconditioning batteries instead of buying them.
This is also extremely environmentally friendly, as you use batteries that would otherwise end up causing damage to the environment in one way or another.
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