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No! Those minerals will break the battery. It has to be distilled water.

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But you will go thru a lot of it in the winter months!
Some people can't afford the cost of distilled water--
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Use only distilled or deionized water, NOT tap water. Tap water has minerals in it that will not do the battery any good.
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