The winter is slowly coming to our steps, and as we are looking forward to securing the heating for our homes, we are also thinking about our gear that was our faithful companion during the rest of the year.
In urban surroundings, your home gives you shelter, but when you are camping outside, your tent is your home sweet home for a short time.
Being a good housekeeper means that you will also need to take care of your tent, so it could serve you for many years to come.
Have in mind that all tents are made for outdoors use which means that they will stand to the tests of weather conditions.
Therefore you will only need to wash it or clean it if it catches outdoor smells or if it becomes soiled with bird droppings, dust, or tree sap.
In this article, we’re going to tell you how to wash a tent.