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5 DIY Off Grid Batteries That Run On Vinegar, Lemon, Lime, Salt, And Water


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How would you like to be able to make batteries that can run things like lights, clocks, calculators, buzzers, and more using vinegar, lemon juice, lime juice, saltwater and tapwater?

The following video will show toy how to do exactly that. This is an awesome idea that we wanted to pass along.

The following video will show you how to make 5 Homemade Batteries. You’ll also see full details on power output of each (amps/volts) in side by side testing.

These batteries were able to power a clock, several LED lights, a calculator, a tea light candle, even an electric Buzzer! (almost anything that runs on a button-cell battery can be run on a water/juice/vinegar battery).

*Note: The saltwater battery actually produces less volts and amps than the freshwater battery. *To run a buzzer, lemon juice is the best (followed by lime). Be sure to use at least five cells and use large (2 1/2″ or larger wood screws), as well as a good amount of copper wire.

Some details: *lemon juice was 25% concentrate. lime was 25.5%. vinegar was 5% acidity. The copper wire is from an old extension cord. wood screws are #12 2 1/2″ flat head phillips by everbilt.

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