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Can I Store My Battery on a Concrete Floor?

This one is an often heard ‘old wives tale’. It used to be that battery cases were made of inferior material such as hard rubber, or even tar. This material would develop micro cracks over time and become porous, and left on wet ground or damp concrete would begin to self discharge. Nowadays, battery cases are made of plastic that does not leak and can be stored on nearly any surface, even left in standing water with no ill effects. more...

Does Starting My Motorcycle in the Winter Charge the Battery?

While starting your bike every few weeks in the winter may be good for the mechanics of it, it could end up harming your battery. ou either need to keep it on a decent maintenance charger, such as a Battery Tender, or you need to suck it up and go for a 20+ mile ride every couple weeks! more...

Why BatteryStuff?

Where do you find the best? Usually you find them in the industrial and high performance markets. Quite a few of our products are produced by smaller companies to fill special needs and requirements. These smaller companies typically do not have the advertising budget for slick packaging and catchy jingles, but are more likely to spend that money on product development. We have tried and tested every product that we offer, and we believe that they all meet or exceed the claims made regarding their performance. more...
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Cost Benefit Ratio

Because of their initial industrial intent, all of the liquid chemistry products we offer are very concentrated. We have found most ‘off the shelf’ automotive consumer products are diluted for retail sales. Can you tell which one will give you more value for you money? more...

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