Post by Bruce Tackett on Aug 27, 2019 16:45:24 GMT
I have a number of batteries I have to recharge after use, and you have to be careful not to overcharge them. It's not always easy to remember they're being charged and to keep an eye on the time. I solved this problem by getting an electric timer. I just set the time for the amount of time needed to fully recharge a battery, and then when that time is up, the electricity is automatically cut off, and I don't have to think about it.
Post by mr potatohead on Mar 25, 2020 13:25:14 GMT
Flu, virus, bacteria and other filth - FOOD PREP SANITATION
For food or food use without using steam or boiling, I use things like;
White vinegar in a spray bottle to clean veggies before rinsing them under cold water. I also use the WV for things like, wiping refer handles or on a spoon, then drying with clean towel before sticking it into my unpreserved peanut butter. Anytime I can use WV, I do because it is so cheap and effective.
100% Orange or lemon, essential oils to wipe counter tops or other surfaces. Never have used them to wipe the tub, but I wouldn't hesitate to do so if it crossed my mind before bathing. Makes things smell good too.
For old fashioned batteries the advice was generally to run them down completely before recharging them. With the modern batteries in your phone, the opposite is true- Never let them go below about 25%, if you can help it.
I have the Energizer pack of rechargeable batteries and charger. It says that it stops charging at full capacity. Never had a problem with it for 3 years so far. Still using it with the same AA , AAA, and D-cell batteries that came along with it.