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    Thanks guys.

    The DIY route looks good, as I'm a tight git, but too much hassle .

    Deionised is different. It needs to be distilled as this has all the crap. Taken out.

    Yep, I remember taking the cell covers off the battery and topping up

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    Isn’t distilled water the same as ironing water?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plym Ian View Post
    Isn’t distilled water the same as ironing water?
    Unfortunately not .
    I've checked into it.

    De ionising water is used for ironing....unless your in my house, then it's tap water .

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    Distilled water

    Halfords sell ironing water, sorry distilled for batteries not irons of course. Honest my mum still uses it.

    Edit. wrong Halfords top up water is de-ionised water and itís £2.80 with a trade card

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilunn View Post
    I've looked into that too.

    Sterile water still contains chemicals and minerals which will bite into the lacquer on the vinyl.

    I've bit the bullet and bought this

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Distilled...-/163287967014
    So it'll keep me going for a wee while

 

 
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