How to clean your Electric Bike Battery

Ebike batteries are widely used in off road applications, where they are more prone to getting dirty. Please follow this advice when cleaning your ebike battery and never use low or high pressure water on your battery. Keep your battery dry and always use a dry or moist cloth to clean it.
Ebike batteries are built to be water resistant and not submersed, or sprayed with low or high pressure water.
Most ebike batteries are built to withstand constant rain. Low or high pressure water can impregnate the battery case, causing both damage and a potential safety risk.
Never use a high pressure water cleaner on your battery, no matter how dirty your battery is. The use of such a device will lead to water entering the battery case, potentially damaging the battery, while creating a potential safety risk.
Never use a garden or any other type of hose, which could apply water pressure at a greater level or an angle that rain normally falls. The use of such a device will lead to water entering the battery case, potentially damaging the battery, while creating a potential safety risk.
If water ever enters your battery, you should immediately stop using it and place it in a safe place, away from buildings  or fire risks.
When cleaning your battery, always use a dry or moist cleaning cloth, no matter how dirty your battery is. Most ebike bike batteries are made with durable cases, which can take rubbing with a cloth to remove excess dirt and grime.
   
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