ok first we are gonna do a myth buster we are gonna put a dead battery in the fridge and see the effect
ok i put the battery in the fridge for 60 mins
ok lets put the battery in the remote to see if that worked
ok lets do it
woooooooow this works but why
not enough space in this box read the next one lol
NiMH and NiCd batteries self discharge at a MUCH faster rate than alkaline batteries. In fact, at "room temperature" (about 70 degrees F) NiMH and NiCD batteries will self discharge a few percent PER DAY. Storing them at lower temperatures will slow their self discharge rate dramatically. NiMH batteries stored at freezing will retain over 90% of their charge for full month. So it might make sense to store them in a freezer. If you do, it's best to bring them back to room temperature before using them. Even if you don't freeze your NiMH batteries after charging them, you should store them in a cool place to minimize their self discharge.
batterys are affected by temperture mostly cold weather .