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Nancy asked: A battery corroded in the bottom of a flashlight. How can I remove it without ruining the flashlight? This is a small, plastic flashlight that uses 2 AA batteries. I left one batter in the bottom for two year, and now it is corroded. New batteries do not work in this flashlight. How can I clean out the corrosion without damaging the working mechanism of the flashlight? Thank you.

Corroded batteries can be a real nuisance to remove and clean up. But when it comes to saving the flashlight, it is often worth the effort. The first step is to remove the battery while keeping it as intact as possible. Then, it’s time to tackle the mess left behind. Here’ s what to do:

NEVER drill into a battery. It’s full of liquid electrolyte, which is very toxic and can cause PERMANENT BLINDNESS if it gets in the eyes. It can cause painful chemical burns on the skin. The liquid can get everywhere and can affect children and pets if they come into contact with it. Just throw the flashlight away; it is not worth the risk! Also, removing spills on exposed skin with vinegar to “neutralize” it will just trap chemical into the skin, making it worse. I know from personal experience. It is much better to flush with soap and water until the chemical is removed from skin.

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Nancy asked: A battery corroded in the bottom of a flashlight. How can I remove it without ruining the flashlight? This is a small, plastic flashlight that uses 2 AA batteries. I left one batter in the bottom for two year, and now it is corroded. New batteries do not work in this flashlight. How can I clean out the corrosion without damaging the working mechanism of the flashlight? Thank you.

Corroded batteries can be a real nuisance to remove and clean up. But when it comes to saving the flashlight, it is often worth the effort. The first step is to remove the battery while keeping it as intact as possible. Then, it’s time to tackle the mess left behind. Here’ s what to do:

NEVER drill into a battery. It’s full of liquid electrolyte, which is very toxic and can cause PERMANENT BLINDNESS if it gets in the eyes. It can cause painful chemical burns on the skin. The liquid can get everywhere and can affect children and pets if they come into contact with it. Just throw the flashlight away; it is not worth the risk! Also, removing spills on exposed skin with vinegar to “neutralize” it will just trap chemical into the skin, making it worse. I know from personal experience. It is much better to flush with soap and water until the chemical is removed from skin.

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