The battery is one of the most vital electrical parts in the car, as it is the main part on which the car depends in the process of operation and movement, and it also supplies all the electrical parts in the car with the necessary energy to work.
Despite the great importance of the battery, some motorists neglect to take care of it and clean it from time to time from dirt and salts that form on its poles, which may lead to a quick discharge of the battery or damage it before the end of its life.
Salts and chemicals are formed on the battery electrodes due to the interaction between the hydrogen gas that is emitted from the battery during the repeated charging and discharging processes, where the hydrogen gas interacts with the copper, aluminum or lead material from which the electrodes are made and form salt deposits.
These deposits are an indication that the electric car system is not in good condition. If the deposition is on the negative electrode, it means that the battery has been charged less than required.
If the deposition is on the positive electrode, this indicates that the battery has been charged more than required. In all cases, the battery must be cleaned so that the salts do not cause its weakness and damage.

To clean the battery, follow these steps: