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Re: jeep battery acid & cement floor

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Posted by george on July 18, 2005 at 06:46:23:

In Reply to: Posted by on July 16, 2005 at 21:06:34:

The chemists here know what they are talking about.

An acid is neutralized by a base. Baking soda is a base. That's what you could use. One should never simply dump chemicals on top of chemicals because you don't know what type of products you will create.....

Frankly, if it is available I'd just use water since it sounds like it has dried. I suppose you could sprinkle some baking soda on the dried crystals, but if it was me I'd just use water.

Use rubber or nitrile gloves. Put goggles on only if you want to protect your eyes.

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