My first rewrap , im wondering if they look alright ??? Is the top and bottom covered enough ? After tearing off old wrap I found one battery had some rust or residue under insulator is that normal ? Im sure at this point its a bad battery so the pair will be disposed of , but they were great to practice with …
Looks good to me
What about the rust under insulator ? Is that common to find ?
Never saw it on my batteries so I can’t comment on that one
Looks good from here.
Thank You ive been hesitant , but it’s super easy …
Bout burned my fingers off my first one, who knew you could hold the blow dryer a foot away?
Even then it gets hot , my fear was knowing how hot is too hot … I watched a few more videos today and went for it. How do you label your batteries after wrapping ? I have a few HG2 and 30q that i need wrapped I always store in battery case but bc the original colors ive always known what was what
Looks good. I had one that got constantly leaked on by a messy rda in a mech tube and unaware until rewrapping that rust had developed. My case was bad enuff to chuck it since you could feel the scale. i would think if it comes off w/ alcohol it would be safe enuff to use. I know of some that put custom wraps under clear/ish wraps written w/ info such as brand/model/date. I have tried but a few of my devices are too tight to be adding that diameter even just a small strip of paper. i just write the date and perhaps A and B for sets directly on the battery w/ a sharpie and then clear wrap em.
Ty , I think the rust is significant enough to just toss the pair , id hate to be that guy who used a rusted battery and something went wrong …
I label before wrapping.
Throw it! Not worth taking the smallest chance with a $5-6 battery.
I agree … Ty
Not bad. 10 char.
Ty my first round was hoirrible becaue I thought the wraps were already cut to fit but they were a bit long lol…
Supposed to be long to cover both ends for protection. Goal, to make sure both ends are covered and no side metal exposed. Look clean to me. It just takes practice. I know mine were a mess when I first started.