How is battery acid made?

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Batteries contain sulfuric acid. It is very dangerous, and can damage your clothes, skin and eyes. Always use care when handling sulfuric acid. The acid solution in a battery is 35% sulfuric acid and 65% water. If you are planning to make your own battery, remember to be safe and wear protective clothing. Have a sink or other water source nearby so you can rinse your clothes and yourself off should any acid get on you.
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