Snowtrekker® Tents must be completely dry before packing away to prevent mildew from forming. NEVER store a tent when damp. Never keep a tent set up for long periods of time in a location where it will not dry out
If you must!
Use clean tap water with a soft brush, OR
Clean with tap water from house using spray nozzle
Brush with medium soft bristle brush
DO NOT use solvents, soaps or detergents
Washing or scrubbing the tent will have an adverse effect on the flame retardant and water repellency finish
Petroleum and/or kerosene fumes may adversely effect the treatment of the fabric
Care should be taken to keep fabric clean from any foreign substances, especially acid forming chemicals and staining
If fabric has been exposed to salt water, wash with hose using tap water
If insect repellent is used around the tent fabric, do not spray directly on fabric. An agent in most sprays as a propellant will damage water repellent finishes.
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The purpose of the Winter Camping Symposium is to educate, collaborate and celebrate everything Winter! Winter campers and enthusiasts from around the region come together to share ideas and show off new creations which aid in the adventures of winter outdoor activities. From cold camping to hot camping, from kite sailing to building your own stove, from arctic adventures to sleeping in a quinzee in the backyard, from gear swaps to a chili feed, this event covers it all! Join us for a long weekend of camaraderie and exploration!View