NOCO Remove+ Battery Cleaner & Acid Detector (14 oz.)
Item #: NOC-E404   |    In Stock

NOCO Remove+ Battery Cleaner & Acid Detector (14 oz.)
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NOCO Remove+ Battery Cleaner & Acid Detector (14 oz.)

Item #: NOC-E404   |  In Stock

Made in USA MADE IN USA

Today's Price: $9.95
Made in USA MADE IN USA


Price: $9.95
Made in USA MADE IN USA


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Product Specifications for NOCO Remove+ Battery Cleaner & Acid Detector (14 oz.)

Specifications:
BM Part #: NOC-E404
Made In: U.S.A.
Height: 7.8"
Diameter: 2.5"
Shipping Weight: 1.10Lbs
Warranty: 60 Day Return
Full Reaction Time: 2-4 Minutes
Net Fill: 14 oz.
Features:
  • Made in the USA. Why it matters:
    • Superior craftmanship; rigorously tested; high-quality parts.
  • 2 in 1 Cleaner and Acid Detector:
    • Instantly neutralizes, dissolves and removes battery corrosion, restoring current flow and reducing potential voltage leaks.
    • Changes color upon contact with acid. The yellow foam turns pink in the presence of battery acid.
  • Ideal for battery terminals, cables, hold-downs and boxes.
  • Help diagnose any cracks, leaks, fumes, etc. that are common in batteries as they age.

Product Description

The E404 Remove+ Battery Cleaner and Acid Detector features a specialized foaming agent which turns pink upon contact with battery acid. It instantly neutralizes, dissolves, and removes battery corrosion from battery terminals, cables, hold-downs, battery boxes and more. It is formulated to assure maximum current flow and reduce potential voltage leakage. Comes packaged in a 14-ounce aerosol can.

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What our Customers are saying
FANTASTIC!
February 24, 2021
by on February 24, 2021

Tried it out on my corroded NEG Battery terminal and it worked great. It comes out as a yellow foam and by simply putting a paper towel around the corroded terminal, you can spray the foam so that it only covers the battery terminal. Let it sit for 2-4 minutes and then wipe and spray with some water, soaked sponge or towel and the corrosion is all gone! It turns out after wipe or spraying with water, the dye showed pink/red at the source of the acid. The acid was coming out of small cracks of the NEG terminal post. Cool...I knew then I needed to replace my battery too.

Hank
San Jose, California
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