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What should I do if the tarp is smelly? How can I get rid of this musty smell?

As the tarpaulin is a tool for sheltering from wind and rain, it will have a moldy smell after a long time. Friends who use tarpaulins should know that when it rains, we take out the tarpaulin, and when the rain stops, we put the tent off again. The cloth is put away, and if there is more tarp, the tarp will smell moldy. So what should we do to get rid of this moldy smell?

If you want to get rid of its peculiar smell, you must know the root cause of the peculiar smell, so as to treat the symptoms and the root cause. The mold only grows in a humid environment and multiplies in large numbers. In order to prevent it from growing in a humid environment, we can support it and wipe it clean with warm soapy water and a sponge. Let the sponge stick with hot water and detergent to wipe the tent slowly. The obvious way to remove mold is to mix a cup of salt water, a cup of lemon juice and a cup of gallons of water together, and rub the mixed solution into the mold spots. , There will be unexpected effects after drying.

There are two types of tarpaulins, coarse tarpaulins and thin tarpaulins. Tarpaulins are used in many places, such as tents for covering goods on trucks or camping in the wild. Fine tarpaulins are used to produce shoes, work clothes and travel backpacks.

Can the waterproof tarpaulin be recycled? Many customers come to inquire about such a question. Today, the Chongqing tarpaulin manufacturer will explain to you in a unified way, whether the waterproof tarpaulin can be recycled, let’s take a look:

In fact, this is a very serious problem. Generally, we use tarpaulins to build some temporary living places. When they are not in use, they may be stored for the next time. However, there are some holes, and there are rain and dirt. Other problems will make the tent particularly dirty. At this time, we decided to throw it away. In fact, we should consider recycling these tarpaulins.

For some rainproof tarpaulins that are not damaged, we can clean them directly, and store them after drying, so that they can be used next time. If there are holes in the tricycle tarpaulin and they are not too small, we can collect these fabrics and make other materials.