Put on protective gloves and eyewear.
Remove the battery from your golf cart by disconnecting the battery terminals. Golf-cart batteries are generally found under the seat.
Slide the tip of your flathead screwdriver under the battery cell caps. Pop off the cell caps and be careful not to get any battery acid on you.
Use a turkey baster to remove half of the battery acid from your battery cell. Put the acid into a glass bottle.
Mix 8 ounces of Epsom salt with 2 quarts of distilled water. Stir the mixture together with a spoon until the salt is dissolved.
Fill the battery cells with the Epsom salt using your turkey baster. Replace the battery cell caps.
Connect the battery to your charging station to charge the battery. Leave the battery overnight to charge the battery.
Connect the battery to your cart and start the golf cart.