XLP Battery Terminal Cleaning $9.95
If you don’t drive your car regularly your battery terminals could be corroded. When the engine isn't running and the battery is sitting, the terminals oxidize at a faster rate. You may need to check the battery terminals more often for corrosion. Battery Terminal Corrosion can appear as a white, ashy deposit around one or both of the battery posts. There may also be a bit of color mixed in. Deposits can be the result of one of several possible chemical exchanges involving vapors and the battery post.