21 Aug 2011

Tent Camping and the Mold Dilemma

You’ve just finished a fantastic camping weekend. You break down the tent and head home. A month or so later, when you set your tent up on the next trip, you discover the tent canvas or material has developed a nasty case of mold and mildew. Unless you are camping someplace with absolutely no moisture, which is extremely unlikely, it is a good bet that your tent (and other camping gear) will develop mold.

Rain, dew, humidity and even your breathing can cause moisture to condense on the walls of your tent, but most especially on the floor of the tent. Once you roll the tent up, the warmth, darkness and dampness makes an ideal environment for mold to grow. Of course, one way to prevent this is to open your tent at home and let it dry thoroughly before putting it away again.

However, even that may not be enough to prevent the growth of mold. That’s when you need a product like MoldOff — a green, eco-friendly, pH neutral and biodegradable mold removal product that destroys mold at the source. The product is safe to humans and pets and to fragile tent canvas or materials, yet cleans better than the other harsh products on the market, and it won’t cause any dangerous health issues. MoldOff is simple to use. Just spray it on the tent and walk away. MoldOff will do the work for you.

MoldOff is safe to use on hundreds of surfaces, including all of your other camping equipment like backpacks, sleeping bags, clothing and more.

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