How To Protect Your Educational Toys Tents When Camping In The Wild

How to Protect Your Educational Toys Tents  When Camping In The Wild

Choose a flat campsite and remove as many bumps as possible from the intended campsite. This will prevent back discomfort while sleeping and can prevent the tent from being punctured.

Prepare extra floor cover. lay it under the tent, inside or outside the tent, but outside it will keep the tent clean and prevent rocks or branches from damaging the tent floor. When entering the tent, do not put your shoes in. The ultraviolet rays of the sun will destroy the strength of the tent cloth. If there is no extra shade to cover the tent, it is recommended that you put up the tarp to cover the sun, so that the sun can not directly hit the tent.
Make sure your tent is well ventilated! Because when we sleep at night, the body sweat and exhalation will increase the humidity of the air inside the tent, if four people sleep in a tent, a night time can accumulate up to 1 liter of water, if the tent is not well ventilated, it must be four people in the morning sleeping bags and sleeping pads are wet.

Before you pack your tent, make sure nothing or clutter is left inside. When removing the camp column, start from the middle, and then remove the two ends, so as to maintain the elasticity of the elastic rope core. When collecting, do not use the same way to fold the inside of the tent and tarp, this will accelerate the crease part of the cloth damage, it is best to use different ways to fold each time.

Get rid of musty smell and extend life: Musty smell and/or small cross marks on the tent fabric indicate that the tent is mouldy. Mold can only thrive in dark, damp and warm environments (where dirt provides nutrients). The fungus actually goes through the polyurethane coating of the tent fabric and then grows between the fabric and the coating and eventually destroys the fabric. This damage cannot be undone, but immediate action can prevent further mold growth and further damage. If the tent starts to mold, prop it up, scrub it clean with warm soapy water and a sponge, and then dry with a clean sponge. Rinse with a sponge with 1/2 cup Lysol solution and hot water. Let the solution rest on the surface of the fabric and let it dry. Then, mix a cup of salt, a cup of thick lemon juice and hot water, knead the solution into the visible mildew spots, and let dry. In this way, mold growth can be prevented, the smell of mildew can be eliminated, but the mold traces can not be removed. Loss caused by moldy is not covered by the warranty. These methods are provided only to extend the life of the tent when it becomes mouldy.