The most common form of lead acid batters is used in trucks and cars. Electric cars and gold carts and the likes of them also tend to use lead acid batteries. However, every lead acid battery eventually gets to a stage of degradation, given that they all work in the same way. The parts that suffer from such degradation are the inner battery plates and this process is called sulphation.
Luckily, a sulfated battery or a dead battery can be revived as long as the used lead acid battery is mechanically sound. If you don’t want to buy new batteries and you have a pile of dead lead acid batteries in your garage, then you can turn it into an interesting home project.
In the video below, you’ll find out everything you need to know about the process of bringing them back to life – check it out!