1. Leakage of electrolyte
An alkaline battery may tend to leak electrolyte after years of use. As a corrosive alkaline substance, the electrolyte, specifically potassium hydroxide, can irritate human eyes, the respiratory tract, and the skin. Besides, it also erodes metal and electronic parts, so the electrolyte leaking out of the battery would also destroy the product powered by the battery.
2. Not charging alkaline batteries
Charging the alkaline battery also causes electrolyte leakage or even damages the battery. Some chargers are claimed to be compatible with disposable alkaline batteries, but the charging efficiency cannot be guaranteed.
3. Using batteries of the same type
When more than one battery needs to be used together, the same type is recommended; otherwise, service life of the batteries will be reduced and electrolyte leakage is more likely to happen.
4. Storing the battery when not used
When a battery is not used, remove it from the battery compartment to avoid damage to the battery or the product using the battery.
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