Add Battery Reconditioning to Your Survival Strategy

Batteries are wonderful for making electronic devices portable or storing energy from the sun, but they can pose certain problems, too. There never seem to be enough of them. Or they don’t last as long as you think they should.

Throwing batteries away isn’t a good idea because of the harsh chemicals which could end up in soil and water. That’s especially true of rechargeable batteries.

These problems could be further compounded in the event of a collapse or martial law clampdown that would cause shortages and power outages. Batteries may be a hot barter item at that point.

Now there’s a solution. Why not recondition or restore batteries? It’s possible to do that with batteries of various sizes, whether it’s for your car, a laptop or a solar energy array. It’s something you can do at home. Not only can you save money by restoring and recycling your own batteries, but why not start a business of reconditioning batteries and reselling them?

In survival situations it’s crucial to make do with what’s available. If you could restore batteries to full working order, you’d not only be helping yourself, but you’d have a skill useful to others.

Of course, you don’t have to wait for calamity to put into practice the skill of reconditioning batteries. Start right away. Save money on your own batteries. Resell restored batteries, or charge others for restoring their batteries. There are very good instructions for reconditioning batteries, and you can get them when you click here.

Restoring batteries doesn’t have to be difficult, and it won’t be if you follow the instructions in this guide. It has diagrams and pictures designed to make the process as easy as possible for you and help you do it the right way.

This do it yourself battery reconditioning guide discusses:

  • Types Of Batteries, including lead acid car batteries, Li-Ion laptop batteries, Ni-Cd rechargeable batteries, and Ni-MH long life batteries
  • Testing Your Batteries
  • Reconditioning Rechargeable Batteries
  • And more, such as getting a business started for restoring batteries.

This guide is available to download to your computer any time, so you don’t have to order anything through the mail. Plus, if you’re not satisfied, you can get your money back.

There are times when being environmentally friendly or “green” overlaps with preparedness for survival. Restoring batteries is a prime example of that.

‘There may also be a time when we’ll simply have to do without much of what we take for granted. For basic things like lights and radios, you’ll want to have plenty of batteries on hand. Stock up now. Get solar chargers for rechargeable batteries. Then get an edge on everyone else by being able to restore those batteries when they need it.

Click here now and get the DIY guide to reconditioning batteries.

Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.

5 thoughts on “Add Battery Reconditioning to Your Survival Strategy”

  1. The link takes readers to a sales page. Some of the other links on the sidebar go to sales pages as well. Do you have any thoughts on the battery reconditioning product itself?

  2. Prell forwarded this comment to me and asked me to post it here for him.

    John

    John,

    I am concerned about anyone saying “Don’t do this.” It is good to be careful and acknowledge hazards, but this is not the same as telling someone not to do something. That, to me, is dictatorial.

    Example, in a recent debate over allowing people to raise chickens in town, someone expressed the concern that doing so would represent a “bio-hazard”! The reasoning was that migratory birds would mingle with the chickens and share germs! In my experience of raising chickens, I never saw migratory birds mingling with them, or experience bio hazards of any kind.

    Are people to be ruled by fear for potential danger in every activity to the extent that they refrain from doing them? If so, I have a list of dangerous activities that should be avoided. Do not drive an automobile, do not go out in public, do not get married, do not go to a hospital as a patient, do not cast lead bullets because the lead can harm you in a number of ways. Yet, ignoring my own advice, I have done all these things and am in my seventh decade.

    May I suggest that people engaging in any activity study it for both dangers and benefits. I have experience in handling dangerous chemicals and have found you need to take
    precautions. The challenge of recycling batteries sounds like a worthy one and that includes using lead acid batteries for making bullets. There is an industry devoted to chemical handling and safety. Study the chemistry involved. It is not that complicated.

    For survival purposes, people could specialize in working with lead reclamation from lead-acid batteries. The lead, and the acid, are items of great potential value.

    One last thought, there is a great potential hazard in an armed populace having access to an endless supply of bullets, but not to the ones using the bullets. For the users of the bullets, they represent security.

    Prell

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