I was just looking for some You Tube vids of Desulfication of lead acid batteries.
Some show that they don't dissolve compleatly the Epsom salts with the distilled water. These same folks say it doesn't work..
I haven't tried it myself yet, but next bad battery I will.
I have friends that have done it with good results as long there wasn't a separated cell.
If Battery water level is high, remove enough to let the level be just above the plates.
Mix a solution of Epsom salt equal to two teaspoons for each cell with about two cups of Water.(Make sure completely dissolved)with "distilled water" Add evenly to each cell and charge overnight at low voltage.
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