car battery hacks for preppers

Car Batteries
Prepping stuff to know about car batteries

Start your engines with aspirin, baking soda, Epsom salt and
Petroleum jelly? Read the article to find out if it's possible!

Car Battery Hacks for preppers
Below are some weird ways to start your vehicle...

#1 Car battery hack: acetylsalicylic acid.
Acetylsalicylic acid, better known as aspirin, can help you start
your vehicle.

Drop two aspirin and call me in the morning? Well, yes!
Reader's
Digest
claims dropping two aspirin tablets into the battery itself
can help you produce one last charge from your battery. Given
that they have their reputation riding on this one,
Reader's
Digest
recommends you, "drive to your nearest service station."

#2 Car battery hack: Epsom salt?
Is it possible to revive a dead battery with Epsom salt?
Youtuber, Ratches and Wrenches, tests the popular theory of
whether you can revive a dead battery with Epsom salt. Find out
in the video below...



















As you can see that reviving a dead battery with Epsom salt is an "iffy" idea.



















Happy endings...
You can recharge batteries or get use of them in an emergency, if
you're clever!

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