Is there green deposits on the tent canvas? The best way to remove green deposits is to ensure that green deposits simply do not get a chance to adhere to the cloth. Follow the steps below to give the fabric extra protection. And your tent cloth stays protected.
Why removing green deposits often does not help?
Mosses and algae can form a green deposit on your tent canvas. This attack is not a pretty sight. That is why we have developed products that clean your tent cloth quickly and effectively.
Green tarnish is not just an ugly sight. The attack can grow deep into the canvas. Do you do nothing and let it grow? And it can eventually also affect the coating of the cloth.
Of course you can always remove that green deposit. But the following is much more effective!
Make sure that green deposits have much less chance of adhering to the cloth. How? By impregnating the cloth well with a strong impregnating agent.
If the cloth is well impregnated, you can simply remove all dirt, mold and green deposits that do get on the cloth with a soft brush and lukewarm water.
This is not only better for the environment, but also better for your precious time, the fabric and your wallet.