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How to Keep Batteries Fresh?

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To keep batteries fresh, remove them from any devices that you do not use regularly or do not intend to use for an extended amount of time. Store your batteries in an air-tight, dry container in a cool area.
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How to Keep Batteries Fresh
It is almost shocking how many things we use require batteries. From flashlights to every remote control in the house, they all require batteries. Keeping all those batteries fresh for when you are ready to use them isn't too difficult, it just takes a... More »
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