Question about Baby Gear
Yes you can. Take a small amount of baking soda and mix with a drop or two of water just enough to make a paste. Then dip a Q tip in the paste and apply it to the corroded surfaces. This will foam up and remove the battery acid that is still present. Wipe away the foam residue with a wet paper towel. If the metal contact surface still has some corrosion repeat the first step. When all the metal surfaces are corrosion free, take another Q tip and apply a very, very thin layer of Vaseline to the metal parts and it will be as good as new.
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