FAQ

Questions les plus fréquentes

  • Delivery: Insured Shipments and accepting your package

    Shipments will be dispatched to the shipping address provided by you during the checkout process.  Your shipping address is verified in your Order Confirmation email.  All orders are deemed fulfilled once the shipping agent has marked the package as delivered.

    A signature is required for delivery, however, if you would like to waive this requirement just shoot us an email or make a note in the comments section of your order.  Note that once a package ships the signature requirement cannot be waived. If you are not home for delivery, our shipping partner will leave a delivery attempt notice and return the next business day to make a second attempt.  If you would like the package left at your door, simply sign the notice the shipper has left.

    By waiving the signature requirement, CanvasCamp is not responsible for lost, stolen, or missing boxes if the shipper marks the packages as delivered.  All orders are insured via the shipping agent.

    If you are shipping to a third party handler, such as a freight forwarder, that party is responsible for your order once it is released by the shipping agent.  

  • Shipping Time: When will my order arrive?

    Once your purchase is complete, orders are processed for shipping in the morning of the next business day, Monday to Friday, excluding holidays. If you place an order on Friday morning, the order will typically ship out on Monday.

    An order will only be shipped once complete payment is received and verified. If you are paying by bank transfer, payment is deemed received once the wire transfer has cleared to our bank account.
    Shipping typically takes 5-7 business days to the contiguous 48 States and lower Canada. Shipments within the EU typically take 3-5 business days. Shipping to all other locations across the globe may take 5-10 business days. Please note that ship times are estimates only, CanvasCamp cannot not be held liable for any costs incurred due to delays in shipping.

    CanvasCamp ships all orders insured, via a major carrier such as UPS, FedEx, or DHL. Once a shipping label has been created a tracking number will be sent to the email address you provided during check out. It may take 24 hours for the tracking number to become active. Once an order has shipped the shipping time, service, and signature requirement cannot be changed.

    Although CanvasCamp has warehouses and distribution centers on 4 continents, your order may ship from our Headquarters in Belgium. Don't worry, orders that ship from Belgium often arrive faster than orders that ship from our satellite warehouses because they are at least partially transported by air.

    Note: In some rare cases a purchase may be subject to a secondary fraud review which may take up to 2 business days to complete prior to releasing your order for shipment. Please see our section on fraud protection for additional information.

  • Retours

    Peu importe le produit que vous avez acheté chez CanvasCamp, vous bénéficiez d’un délai de rétraction de 14 jours dès réception de l’article. Autrement dit, si la tente que vous avez acheté est quand-même trop petite pour toute la famille, vous pouvez la retourner à CanvasCamp et nous vous rembourserons le montant d’achat. L’envoi comme le renvoi sont à vos frais.*

    Nous vous rembourserons le montant complet si vous nous renvoyez l’article en intégralité, dans un état intact et inutilisé et dans l’emballage d’origine. Si vous avez déjà utilisé l’article, on vous remboursera 75% du prix. Ce pourcentage est réduit à 50% si non seulement l’article a été utilisé mais également endommagé, s’il est sale, et/ou si vous ne l’avez pas retourné dans l’emballage original. On ne rembourse pas le prix de produits d’entretien ou d’articles faits sur mesure.

    Nous résumons:

    • 100%:

    L’article est complet, intact, inutilisé, et vous l’avez retourné dans l’emballage original.

    • 75%:

    Bien que l’article ait été utilisé, il est complet et intact et vous l’avez renvoyé dans l’emballage d’origine.

    • 50%:

    L’article a été utilisé, il est incomplet et/ou il manque l’emballage original.
    L’article est endommagé.
    L’article est sale.

    L'article se prête encore à usage, après réparation éventuelle.

    • 0%:

    L’article a été fait sur mesure.
    Il s’agit d’un produit d’entretien.

    L'article a été irréparablement endommagé.

    *Vu qu’il s’agit d’un service fourni, on ne rembourse pas les frais d’envoi.

  • Warranty

    We stand by our products.  All CanvasCamp tents sold as new at full retail price come with a limited warranty to the original purchaser with valid proof of purchase against manufacturing defects. Any tent determined to be defective by CanvasCamp will be repaired to working order or replaced with the same or similar model at our sole discretion.  Cost of return shipping for warranty items is at the responsibility of the customer.  Cost of delivery of goods repaired or replaced under warranty may be covered by CanvasCamp.

    This warranty does not cover ordinary wear and tear from use, or damage arising from (but is not limited to) mold, mildew, inconsequential spot leakage, pole failure not caused by defective workmanship, ultraviolet exposure, fire, stove/air conditioner use, improper use/assembly/storage, or inclement weather conditions including but not limited to ice, snow, hail, wind, and lightening.

    This warranty is void with modification, alteration, or the use of certain cleaning, treatment, or coloring agents. CanvasCamp makes no other warranty express or implied and shall not be liable for consequential or incidental damage or injury arising from the use of CanvasCamp products. This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other legal rights that vary by jurisdiction.

  • Discounts, Donations, Sponsorships, and Brand Ambassadors

    Volume discounts are available and scalable to the quantity ordered. Volume discounts start with the purchase of 5 tents or 5 stoves.  Contact us for discount codes and more information.

    CanvasCamp is the manufacturer of all CanvasCamp brand products.  CanvasCamp also manufactures and supplies tents for resale and distribution by affiliates, resellers, and other brands.  Customization and branding can be negotiated for wholesale orders purchased direct from our factory. Check out our Wholesale section. 

    Special Discounts and Pricing

    CanvasCamp is committed to providing the best products at the lowest prices.  We believe everyone deserves a deal, that’s why we offer the most competitive prices on high quality tents, 365 days a year.  In the rare instance we are able to provide additional discounts or special offers, we post those offers on our website, to our newsletter subscribers, and to our social media followers. 

    Exchange of services: Sponsorships and Brand Ambassadors

    CanvasCamp often receives offers from talented and driven individuals offering social media posts, pictures, blogs, prayers, etc. in exchange for products or discounts.  We appreciate enthusiastic and opportunistic spirits! However, to preserve the integrity of our brand and our products we will not offer discounts or free products in exchange for coverage or feedback.

    If you own a product and have pictures (especially high resolution pictures), blogs, or popular social media posts to share with us; we are happy to reward your independent and inspired work after the fact.  Get in touch with us via email or social media!

General

  • Hours of Operation

    CanvasCamp is typically open for business 9am to 5pm CST Monday – Friday, excluding holidays.  We take our work home with us so please don’t hesitate to give us a call or send us an email at any time and we will get back to you as soon as possible.  Check out our Contact page for more information!

  • Orders and Payments

    Orders can be placed via our website 24 hours a day 7 days a week. 

    Payment must be made in full prior to any portion of the order being shipped or processed.  Payment can be made via our secure online payment systems at checkout, via PayPal, or via wire transfer to our bank. 

    For your security, we do not accept payment over the phone or via email, and we discourage you from providing your credit card or bank information via these avenues.

    In order to prevent fraudulent purchased our payment systems evaluate billing address, shipping address, your country of origin, and several other factors.  Please ensure the information you provide is accurate to expedite the processing of your order.

  • Feedback

    CanvasCamp is always striving to improve both our products and customer experience. Many of the refinements in our designs over the years have been the direct result of customer feedback. We would love to hear your comments and suggestions. We would love to see pictures of you and your canvas tent even more!  Please don't hesitate to contact us and let us know how we are doing, or what we can do better!

Shipping and Delivery

  • Delivery: Insured Shipments and accepting your package

    Shipments will be dispatched to the shipping address provided by you during the checkout process.  Your shipping address is verified in your Order Confirmation email.  All orders are deemed fulfilled once the shipping agent has marked the package as delivered.

    A signature is required for delivery, however, if you would like to waive this requirement just shoot us an email or make a note in the comments section of your order.  Note that once a package ships the signature requirement cannot be waived. If you are not home for delivery, our shipping partner will leave a delivery attempt notice and return the next business day to make a second attempt.  If you would like the package left at your door, simply sign the notice the shipper has left.

    By waiving the signature requirement, CanvasCamp is not responsible for lost, stolen, or missing boxes if the shipper marks the packages as delivered.  All orders are insured via the shipping agent.

    If you are shipping to a third party handler, such as a freight forwarder, that party is responsible for your order once it is released by the shipping agent.  

  • Shipping Time: When will my order arrive?

    Once your purchase is complete, orders are processed for shipping in the morning of the next business day, Monday to Friday, excluding holidays. If you place an order on Friday morning, the order will typically ship out on Monday.

    An order will only be shipped once complete payment is received and verified. If you are paying by bank transfer, payment is deemed received once the wire transfer has cleared to our bank account.
    Shipping typically takes 5-7 business days to the contiguous 48 States and lower Canada. Shipments within the EU typically take 3-5 business days. Shipping to all other locations across the globe may take 5-10 business days. Please note that ship times are estimates only, CanvasCamp cannot not be held liable for any costs incurred due to delays in shipping.

    CanvasCamp ships all orders insured, via a major carrier such as UPS, FedEx, or DHL. Once a shipping label has been created a tracking number will be sent to the email address you provided during check out. It may take 24 hours for the tracking number to become active. Once an order has shipped the shipping time, service, and signature requirement cannot be changed.

    Although CanvasCamp has warehouses and distribution centers on 4 continents, your order may ship from our Headquarters in Belgium. Don't worry, orders that ship from Belgium often arrive faster than orders that ship from our satellite warehouses because they are at least partially transported by air.

    Note: In some rare cases a purchase may be subject to a secondary fraud review which may take up to 2 business days to complete prior to releasing your order for shipment. Please see our section on fraud protection for additional information.

  • Expedited Shipping

    Expedited shipping may be available for certain products in some areas.  If expedited shipping is available, you will be able to select this option during checkout.  Due to the size and weight of our tents, expedited shipping can be expensive.

    If you need your order by a specific date, please make a note in the “order comments” during the checkout process.  If your “need by” date is less than the maximum estimated shipping time indicated on the method you have selected, and you will be unable to accept the package if the order does not arrive by that date: please indicate “Do not ship if order will not arrive by Date/Month”.

    If you would prefer to use your own shipping account to pay for expedited shipping, please contact our customer service team.

  • Import Fees, Taxes, and Duty

    Some countries have elected to impose import fees, taxes, or duty that vary by country. These fees are not paid by, collected by, or accounted for by CanvasCamp.  The shipping agent will collect any amount due prior to releasing your goods.  Familiarize yourself with the import and taxes that your country has elected to impose by contacting your Customs Authority.   The Harmonized Tariff Schedule code for canvas tents is 6306.29.  Contact your elected officials and legislators and express your desire for having these taxes reduced! 

    If your order is shipped to within the EU there will be no additional import fees.  If your order is destined for the United States, please place your order on our US website (CanvasCamp.com/en_us) which includes import fees and taxes in the purchase price of the item.

Policy

  • Warranty

    We stand by our products.  All CanvasCamp tents sold as new at full retail price come with a limited warranty to the original purchaser with valid proof of purchase against manufacturing defects. Any tent determined to be defective by CanvasCamp will be repaired to working order or replaced with the same or similar model at our sole discretion.  Cost of return shipping for warranty items is at the responsibility of the customer.  Cost of delivery of goods repaired or replaced under warranty may be covered by CanvasCamp.

    This warranty does not cover ordinary wear and tear from use, or damage arising from (but is not limited to) mold, mildew, inconsequential spot leakage, pole failure not caused by defective workmanship, ultraviolet exposure, fire, stove/air conditioner use, improper use/assembly/storage, or inclement weather conditions including but not limited to ice, snow, hail, wind, and lightening.

    This warranty is void with modification, alteration, or the use of certain cleaning, treatment, or coloring agents. CanvasCamp makes no other warranty express or implied and shall not be liable for consequential or incidental damage or injury arising from the use of CanvasCamp products. This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other legal rights that vary by jurisdiction.

  • Custom Manufacturing

    If you have a great idea for a shelter design and are looking for a trusted manufacturer with over 10 years of experience working with canvas, look no further.  CanvasCamp specializes in the design, development, material sourcing, and manufacture of all types of tentage.  Our experts will work to bring your product to life with expert input from our designers, rigorous testing, prototyping, and a proven quality-management system.  

    Whatever your needs, our dedicated sales team can help you get started.  Contact us today for more information.

  • Retours

    Peu importe le produit que vous avez acheté chez CanvasCamp, vous bénéficiez d’un délai de rétraction de 14 jours dès réception de l’article. Autrement dit, si la tente que vous avez acheté est quand-même trop petite pour toute la famille, vous pouvez la retourner à CanvasCamp et nous vous rembourserons le montant d’achat. L’envoi comme le renvoi sont à vos frais.*

    Nous vous rembourserons le montant complet si vous nous renvoyez l’article en intégralité, dans un état intact et inutilisé et dans l’emballage d’origine. Si vous avez déjà utilisé l’article, on vous remboursera 75% du prix. Ce pourcentage est réduit à 50% si non seulement l’article a été utilisé mais également endommagé, s’il est sale, et/ou si vous ne l’avez pas retourné dans l’emballage original. On ne rembourse pas le prix de produits d’entretien ou d’articles faits sur mesure.

    Nous résumons:

    • 100%:

    L’article est complet, intact, inutilisé, et vous l’avez retourné dans l’emballage original.

    • 75%:

    Bien que l’article ait été utilisé, il est complet et intact et vous l’avez renvoyé dans l’emballage d’origine.

    • 50%:

    L’article a été utilisé, il est incomplet et/ou il manque l’emballage original.
    L’article est endommagé.
    L’article est sale.

    L'article se prête encore à usage, après réparation éventuelle.

    • 0%:

    L’article a été fait sur mesure.
    Il s’agit d’un produit d’entretien.

    L'article a été irréparablement endommagé.

    *Vu qu’il s’agit d’un service fourni, on ne rembourse pas les frais d’envoi.

  • Wholesale

    Looking for a discount on goods purchased from our warehouses?  Check out our Discount section for price reductions on orders of 5 tents or more.

    Ready to maximize your margin by purchasing direct from our factory?  Our wholesale program offers the best prices for bulk purchases starting at €25,000 in goods.  You place an order, we’ll manufacture and ship your tents FOB (Freight On Board) directly from our factory.  Custom branding with your logo is also available for an additional set-up fee that varies based on the complexity of the design.  CanvasCamp branded tents can typically be produced in 90 days; custom branded tents and event tent manufacturing times may vary.

    CanvasCamp is the manufacturer of all CanvasCamp brand products.  CanvasCamp also manufactures and supplies tents for resale and distribution by affiliates, resellers, and other brands.  Customization and branding can be negotiated for wholesale orders purchased direct from our factory. Contact us for more information. 

  • Dropshipping and Resale

    Dropshipping is a method of fulfillment that allows you to purchase products from CanvasCamp at a discounted rate and have them shipped directly to your customer.  Your profit margin is the difference between the amount you charge your customer and the amount you paid for the item. 

    Simply list our product for sale on your website, display demo tents in your store, or make sales on the road.  Once you’ve sold an item and captured payment from your customer, place an order with CanvasCamp at your discounted rate and we will ship the product to your customer.

    Dropshipping is a great method to test your market without the capital investment required for purchasing or managing inventory.  Most dropshippers build a business, let it grow, and then purchase wholesale, a large amount of product for resale which you manage and ship directly.  Profit margins on wholesale are larger than with dropshipping, yet the input and overhead required for dropshipping is minimal.

    Contact us to start the application process to receive a contract.  A demonstrable history of excellent customer service, industry experience, and a thorough knowledge of CanvasCamp products will be required.

    Benefits to Dropshipping with CanvasCamp

    • Easy to get started!  We deal with:
      • Managing and paying for a warehouse
      • Packing and shipping your orders
      • Tracking and managing inventory
      • Continually ordering products and managing stock level
      • Low overhead
      • Expand your product offering with high-value items
      • Easy to scale
        • Sell more, make more, increase your margins
      • Maximize Profits
        • Buying directly from the manufacturer is the cheapest way to purchase products for resale
      • No order fees!
      • Fast and secure shipping
        • Major shipping carrier insured with tracking numbers provided
        • Centrally located warehouses
        • Packages arrive within 5-7 business days
      • Dedicated Account Manager with expert product and industry knowledge
      • Competitive Pricing Protection
        • No dropshipper or reseller will be permitted to advertise a price lower than 5% off MSRP (Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price). 

    Order Lifecycle

    1. Your customer places an order via your website or in person
    2. You capture payment and any applicable sales tax
    3. You place your order with CanvasCamp
      • Log in to your CanvasCamp account and place your order to be shipped to your customer securely with our online payment system or PayPal.
    4. Your customer’s order will be processed the next business day and tracking numbers will be sent to you.
    5. Orders will be shipped insured with a major carrier and should arrive in 5-7 business days.

    CanvasCamp’s Dropship program is offered exclusively on select CanvasCamp brand products and subject to change or termination at our sole discretion at anytime, with or without cause. 

    CanvasCamp’s dropshipping program will not be offered to Amazon or eBay exclusive sellers.

  • Disclaimer

    Use of this website and purchase of CanvasCamp products are subject to the terms and conditions outlined in our Terms and Conditions Policy and apply to all offers, orders, and agreements.  By using this website and/or placing an order you acknowledge you have read and accept all the terms and conditions outlined within that document and any documents referred to in that document. The information contained in this FAQ is provided intended to be helpful but is not legally binding.

  • Discounts, Donations, Sponsorships, and Brand Ambassadors

    Volume discounts are available and scalable to the quantity ordered. Volume discounts start with the purchase of 5 tents or 5 stoves.  Contact us for discount codes and more information.

    CanvasCamp is the manufacturer of all CanvasCamp brand products.  CanvasCamp also manufactures and supplies tents for resale and distribution by affiliates, resellers, and other brands.  Customization and branding can be negotiated for wholesale orders purchased direct from our factory. Check out our Wholesale section. 

    Special Discounts and Pricing

    CanvasCamp is committed to providing the best products at the lowest prices.  We believe everyone deserves a deal, that’s why we offer the most competitive prices on high quality tents, 365 days a year.  In the rare instance we are able to provide additional discounts or special offers, we post those offers on our website, to our newsletter subscribers, and to our social media followers. 

    Exchange of services: Sponsorships and Brand Ambassadors

    CanvasCamp often receives offers from talented and driven individuals offering social media posts, pictures, blogs, prayers, etc. in exchange for products or discounts.  We appreciate enthusiastic and opportunistic spirits! However, to preserve the integrity of our brand and our products we will not offer discounts or free products in exchange for coverage or feedback.

    If you own a product and have pictures (especially high resolution pictures), blogs, or popular social media posts to share with us; we are happy to reward your independent and inspired work after the fact.  Get in touch with us via email or social media!

  • Import Fees, Taxes, and Duty

    Some countries have elected to impose import fees, taxes, or duty that vary by country. These fees are not paid by, collected by, or accounted for by CanvasCamp.  The shipping agent will collect any amount due prior to releasing your goods.  Familiarize yourself with the import and taxes that your country has elected to impose by contacting your Customs Authority.   The Harmonized Tariff Schedule code for canvas tents is 6306.29.  Contact your elected officials and legislators and express your desire for having these taxes reduced! 

    If your order is shipped to within the EU there will be no additional import fees.  If your order is destined for the United States, please place your order on our US website (CanvasCamp.com/en_us) which includes import fees and taxes in the purchase price of the item.

Use, Maintenance, and Care

  • Proper Pitch: How do I pitch a tent correctly?

    A well-pitched tent is essential to ensuring performance and longevity.  Tent specific assembly instructions for can be found on the tents respective product pages. However, here are some general best practices to obtain a perfect pitch: 

    • Pitch the tent on a firm, flat surface.
    • Ensure the poles are vertical, centered, and pole feet are attached.
    • Set the stakes securely and in line with the tent seams.
    • Tension the guy lines so the canvas is taunt.  Retention periodically as the tent shifts and settles.  A strong tent is a tight tent.
  • Storage: How do I store my tent safely?

    Mold, mice, and mites are the biggest threats to tents in storage.  Follow our tent storage guidelines to protect your tent when you’re not using it. 

    • Never pack your tent wet! EVER!  Your tent, groundsheet, and guy lines must be completely dry before you put it in the bag.  If you must take down camp while damp, loosely fold up the tent for transport and then lay it out to dry within 24 hours.  If outdoor drying isn’t a possibility, bring it inside to dry before packing it up.
    • Pack your tent clean.  Vegetation and dirt hold moisture which will grow mold.  Sweep or wipe down the tent inside and out before packing it up.
    • Keep it High and Dry:  Keep your packed tent in a cool, dry place and avoid storage in damp basements.  Keep the tent off the floor in garages and storage units that can flood or puddle in the rain.
    • Long Term:  If your storing your tent for a long period, or in an area where mice and bugs are a concern, consider storing the tent in a big clean plastic garbage can with a lid.
  • Cleaning a Tent

    Cleaning and re-treating your tent regularly improves the life of your tent and is a necessary component of maintenance. Our Blog hsa extensive information on cleaning and/or deep cleaning a tent.

    Environmental factors such as humidity, UV exposure, airborne particulate from vegetation, and mold spores can vary drastically in different locations.  We recommend cleaning and retreating your tent after 12-25 weeks of use, however, depending on your environment you may need to clean it more or less often.  Spot clean and retreat problem areas as needed.  It is important to address any mold and mildew immediately to kill the spores and prevent it from spreading.  Once canvas has mold, it is almost impossible to remove the stains.  

    Cleaning is primarily to prepare your tent for retreatment.  Dry mud or dirt can be brushed off with a soft brush.

    To clean and retreat your tent:

    You will need a hose, bucket, soft brush or sponge, cleaning solution and retreatment solution.

    • Mix a 4 part water 1 part vinegar solution to kill mold and/or use a canvas specific cleaning product of your choice.
    • Unroll your tent, peg down the groundsheet and remove all dust, dirt, and particulate with a clean broom or a vacuum with a brush attachment.
    • Hose down the tent.
    • Use a soft brush or sponge to gently clean the fabric with the appropriate solution, rinsing as you go.  Start at the peak and work your way down to the floor.  It may be helpful to pitch the tent after you’ve cleaned the hard to reach areas around the top.
    • Rinse.  Then rinse again.  Making sure to remove any residual cleaning solution.
    • Let the tent dry completely prior to retreating.

    You must retreat the canvas after a cleaning to maintain water, mold, and UV resistance.  You can use a variety of different treatments depending on your personal preference.  Check out our retreatment FAQ.

    Some methods and solutions can permanently damage your tent.  Never use a pressure washer, washing machine, bleach, all purpose cleaners, laundry detergent, or dish soap.

    Note: Cleaning and retreating your tent will involve taking the tent down from time to time.  A typical cleaning and retreatment can require a few hours on a sunny day.  If you are living in your tent, be prepared to move your stuff out for a deep cleaning as needed.

  • Repairs and Replacement Parts

    We believe that repairs over replacements and returns is an ethos that everyone should live by to protect our planet. With proper maintenance and pitching, a CanvasCamp tent can last for years without requiring any repairs.

    Small rips and tears from pets, gear, furniture, or environmental causes can typically be repaired with a simple needle and thread or patches and are often a do-it-yourself project.  For those cases in which a tent requires professional repair, we can help point you to a trusted repair shop.

    Have a tent in need of repair?  Send us an email, attach some pictures, and we will work with you to provide the best possible solution for your specific situation.  A custom-tailored solution means we don’t adhere to one-size-fits-all pricing.  You are only responsible for the work completed and shipping to and from the repair shop!

    Replacement parts and patches are available on our website in the Accessories: Tent Care section.  If you are looking for something that is not listed, get in touch and we will assist you.

Weather and Environment

  • Quelle sardine de tente dois-je choisir?

    Une question importante pour les campeurs est la suivante: Où vais-je monter ma tente? Les sardines ne sont pas faites pour un type de tente, mais pour un type de sol, sur lequel vous campez. Pour la plupart des tentes achetées en magasin il y a un jeu de sardines standards de qualité moyenne. Celles-ci sont d'assez bonne qualité pour une prairie dans les polders, mais inutilisables dans les sols rocheux des Pyrénées. Essayez de savoir d’avance sur quel type de sol votre tente sera implantée. Ceci évitera pas mal d’irritation et de sardines pliées. Emportez de préférence différents types de sardines (certainement en cas de randonnée) et prévoyez toujours quelques sardines de réserve dans vos bagages. Le nombre de sardines de réserve est en fonction du nombre de tendeurs que possède votre tente. Un marteau en bois (ou en caoutchouc) est en général suffisant pour enfoncer des sardines dans le sol. Par contre, pour un sol rocheux, nous vous conseillons un marteau en métal.

    Ci-dessous, vous trouvez les sardines par excellence par type de sol:

    Les sols sablonneux

      • Les sardines en bois. Ces sardines sont disponibles en plusieurs longueurs, de 25 à 50 cm.

    Les sols doux comme les prairies

      • Les sardines standards sont parfaites. Ces sardines rondes sont disponibles en plusieurs longueurs et sont disponibles en acier ou en aluminium. Les sardines 'à oeil ouvert' se retirent plus facilement du sol. Les sardines pourvues d'un 'oeil semi-ouvert' s'enfoncent plus profondément.

    Le sol tendre, peu rocailleux ou présentant peu de racines

      • Optez pour les sardines cornières, aussi connus comme les sardines ‘mammouth’ . Celles-ci sont dentelées et disponibles en acier ou en aluminium. Elles sont idéales pour monter une tente dans les bois.

    Les sols durs et rocailleux

      • Les sardines Tarzan ou Tirol, qui sont faites en acier, sont idéales pour des sols rocailleux.

    Hors catégorie

    • Optez pour les sardines en forme de T en acier si vous utilisez votre tente durant toute une saison. Elles sont plus solides parce qu’elles sont profilées en T.
  • Quelle est la résistance au vent des tentes Sibley?

    Nos tentes sont amplement testées, entre autres au festival Burning man. Ce festival se déroule dans le désert du Nevada et est notoire pour ses coups de vent, ses tourbillons et ses tempêtes de poussière fonçant continuellement au dessus du désert de sel. Ces vents forts n’avaient aucune influence sur nos tentes Sibley, alors que les tentes igloo s’envolaient littéralement. En plus de leur caractère résistant, nos tentes Sibley sont donc extrêmement aérodynamique.

    Si votre tente Sibley est fréquemment exposée à des coups de vent supérieurs à 80 km/h sans que vous vous en préoccupiez, sans l’examiner et sans adapter ni les cordes tendeuses, ni les piquets, des tensions inégales peuvent déformer le pieu central. Nous vous déconseillons si votre tente Sibley est exposée d’une façon permanente à des coups de vent au-delà de 80 km/h de remplacer le pieu central par un pieu d’une seule pièce. Tout simplement, nous vous déconseillons d’utiliser votre tente en cas de vents supérieurs à 80 km/h.

  • Snow

    Snowflakes have become widely accepted euphemism for “uniqueness”, as no two snowflakes are alike. A single snowflake contains roughly 10 quintillion water molecules which expand at different rates and adhere to each other in an infinite array of patterns and structures. Each flake is shaped by several atmospheric and environmental conditions the flake is exposed to as it falls to the ground, including temperature, humidity, and water composition.

    As it relates to shelter, the diversity of snow makes it impossible to make hard and fast rules about how much snow a tent can hold. A single cubic foot of dry snow can weigh on average 10lbs. The same volume of heavy and wet, or wind compacted snow can weigh more than 30lbs. Thus, a canvas of 50 yards/square with just 2 inches of average snow weighing 20lbs per square foot, would add 1,500 pounds of weight to a tent.

    The single center pole and guy lines of a Sibley can withstand a lot of force from wind and rain, but certainly not the weight of a smart car. Considering the weight of the issue, CanvasCamp does not specify any safe amount of accumulation of ice or snow on a Sibley. The larger the canvas, the greater the potential snow load, and thus the greater the possibility for structural collapse.

    To mitigate accumulation in winter conditions, CanvasCamp recommends a tent stove which will heat the tent and cause fresh snow falling on the canvas to melt and run off, given an appropriate temperature differential. In heavy snow in which the accumulation exceeds the rate of melt, an extendable car scraper with a soft brush can be used to periodically brush snow off the canvas, or gently beat the snow off from inside so it falls down the slope of the canvas and off the tent.

    The tipi with its steep angle canopy angle and conical shape stretching directly to the ground will hold less accumulation than the Sibley and may be the better option for heavy snow conditions. We’ve taken our Sibley’s into the deep stuff and find that using a custom 3-4 inch wood dowel or pole made of hard wood or bamboo would increase the vertical load bearing capacity of the center pole; giving you some additional support and flexibility with the pace at which the snow accumulation must be removed. Ensuring the guy lines remain tensioned and the tent is pitched well on a flat surface is essential to the structural integrity of any tent.

  • Moisissure

    Avant la législation européenne de 1995 on utilisait souvent des produits chimiques potentiellement dangereux et cancérogènes pour rendre les tentes en coton imperméables à l'eau pour la vie. Depuis l'introduction de cette mesure, nous sommes obligés d’utiliser des produits biodégradables. Cela signifie que nous ne pouvons pas exclure que la moisissure se produit. Cela signifie également que nous ne pouvons pas entièrement exclure la moisissure. Ci-dessous, vous trouvez une liste de mesures à prendre pour éviter la formation de moisissure.

    La moisissure, c’est une menace réelle pour le coton. Elle ne cause pas seulement des taches bien visibles sur des toiles de coton, mais en plus, elle affecte la fibre. Dans certaines circonstances, elle se propage très vite sur le canevas des tentes en coton. Alors, il est indispensable que vous protégiez votre tente contre ce danger en toutes circonstances.

    Mieux vaut prévenir que guérir?

    Le facteur principal qui cause la moisissure, c’est l’humidité. Si vous rangez votre tente mouillée, il est très probable qu’il y aura de la moisissure sur la toile. Aussi si la tente n’est plus imperméable, la moisissure peut se former, vu que la tente n’est plus protégée contre l’humidité. Si vous voulez éviter la moisissure, on vous recommande de nettoyer l’intérieur ainsi que l’extérieur de la tente avec de l’eau propre avant que vous la séchiez et la rangiez dans un endroit bien ventilé. En plus, il faut réimperméabiliser la tente à temps pour assurer qu’elle reste résistant à la moisissure et imperméable. Pour plus de conseils, voyez la liste ci-dessous:

    • Ne pas enrouler ni ranger une tente mouillée.
    • Séchez et nettoyez votre tente avant de la monter dans un endroit sec et bien ventilé.
    • Ventilez la tente, surtout lorsqu’elle n’est pas utilisée (hors saison), pour éviter qu’il y ait de la condensation.
    • Retraitez la tente de temps en temps, afin que la toile reste imperméable et qu’elle soit plus résistante contre la moisissure (pour plus d’information sur le traitement, lisez les instructions ci-dessous).
    • Le sac d’emballage doit être de préférence perméable à la vapeur et ne peut pas contenir des humidifiants. Nous déconseillons un sac en matière synthétique compte tenu d’un éventuel transfert du plastifiant PVC sur la toile de tente et une ventilation insuffisante.
    • Ne séchez jamais la tente sur un étendoir, vu que les plis sont des zones très sensibles à la moisissure.
    • Ne pas nettoyer le sac, car le savon altère l’étanchéité de la tente.
    • Lors du rangement, séparez les anneaux, les cordages et le tapis de sol (si possible), de la tente.
    • Veillez à obtenir une bonne tension et un bon écoulement de la tente afin que l’eau puisse facilement être évacuée.
    • Évitez des contacts avec la tente durant les averses.
    • Faites attention aux mains grasses, surtout à l’entrée (huile solaire, crème etc.) Car ceci peut altérer l’étanchéité.
    • Faites en sorte qu'il y ait une bonne ventilation lorsque vous cuisinez, car la condensation est souvent cause de moisissure.
    • Ne faites pas la vaisselle dans la tente: l’eau de vaisselle qui contient du savon est un ennemi redoutable de la toile de tente.
    • Ne pendez pas de torchons contenant des restes de savon et de tensides sur une barre dans la tente.
    • Ne nettoyez jamais les rigoles ni le tapis de sol avec de l’eau savonneuse. Les rigoles peuvent être nettoyées avec une éponge et séchées ensuite avec un chiffon sec.
    • Après 12 à 25 semaines d’utilisation, les tentes présentent à certains endroits une étanchéité affaiblie. Il est alors nécessaire de réimprégner en utilisant un produit adapté. A cet effet, nous préconisons l'emploi des produits Anchor Extra ou Ultramar, proposé à la vente dans la catégorie "Accessoires". Ces produits sont écologiques, non toxiques et biodégradables.

    Si malgré tout, les moisissures apparaissent, utilisez une brosse douce ou une éponge et de l’eau propre. Montez la tente dans le jardin ou dans votre garage et ouvrez la porte et les fenêtres pour que la tente soit bien ventilée. Si possible, on vous recommande de la monter dans le soleil, vu que cela vous aidera à combattre les moisissures. On vous déconseille de monter la tente dans la maison parce que les moisissures peuvent provoquer des réactions allergiques.

    En cas de taches tenaces, utilisez exclusivement des détergents conçus pour l’entretien des tentes. Des produits chimiques peuvent attaquer l’étanchéité de la toile. Nous vous conseillons de réimprégner la tente après chaque nettoyage.

    Voici les instructions pour l'application de Ultramar Power Cleaner, Ultramar Shampoo et Ultramar Protector/Anchor Extra:

    Ultramar Power Cleaner 

    • Trempez la tente avec de l'eau.
    • Appliquez l'Ultramar Power Cleaner en frottant avec une brosse douce.
    • Laissez agir durant 20 minutes. Rincez soigneusement la toile à l'eau en utilisant la brosse à fond.
    • Ensuite, nettoyez le tissu avec Ultramar Shampoing.
    • Imperméabilisez votre tente après chaque nettoyage pour assurer la protection contre les champignons, les algues et l'eau polluée.

    Ultramar shampoo

    • Trempez la toile à l'eau douce.
    • Appliquez le produit sur la toile à la brosse douce.
    • Laissez agir le produit durant une dizaine de minutes. Pour les taches tenaces, répétez le traitement en prologeant le temps d'exposition.

    Surface traitable avec 750ml: entre 5 à 10m²/ 2.5L: entre 15 à 30m²

    Ultramar Protector/Anchor Extra

    1. Appliquez le produit largement et uniformément sur la toile propre et sèche.
    2. Saturez la toile avec le produit.
    3. Bien laisser sécher.

    Surface traitable avec 5L: entre 25 à 50m² 

  • Rain

    CanvasCamp canvas is treated for water resistance.  Additionally, the weave of the cotton fibers create a natural waterproofing by swelling and employing the surface tension of water to bead and encourage run off. 

    In addition to following our recommenced storage, cleaning, and retreatment processes, keep the following tips in mind to maintain waterproofing on your tent.

    • Keep greasy hands off the tent.  Lotions, oils, and food residue can adversely impact the canvas.
    • Maintain a proper pitch to rain and snow can shed quickly.
    • Don’t use harsh cleaners or detergents on the tent.
    • Keep gear and furniture from touching the inside of the canvas.
    • Use rain caps that are included with all tents that require them.
  • Lightning

    Lightning is not entirely indiscriminate in the targets it chooses but it should be a relief to know that your tent poles do not increase your risk of drawing a lightning strike. Simply put, for small objects on the ground such as a tent, a lightning strike must already be occurring at close range for lightning to be drawn to it. What this means is objects struck by lightning on the top of the mountain were struck by lightning attracted to the mountain and not the object itself. A strike has to "land" within the same distance away from the object as the object is tall for it to be attracted. For example, for a 9' tall tent to draw lightning, the strike will have to occur within 9' of the tent, but the tent itself will not draw the strike; the strike was already going to occur in that area.  

    If you are in a lightning prone location, camp in a low lying area. away from the tallest geographical feature. Be aware when choosing a campsite that flash floods are responsible for more fatalities than any other thunderstorm related hazard, including lightning.  If you are the tallest feature in the area, get in your car. Learn more about lightning safety here.

Buying Guide

  • Avantages d'une tente coton

    Les tentes en coton ont une plus grande longévité et sont plus facile à entretenir que leurs pendants en nylon ou en polyester. La toile coton peut, à long terme, être retraitée facilement contre les rayons UV, moisissure et l’eau, à l’aide de produits en vente partout. L’aération et la régulation de l’humidité font que l’espace intérieur de la tente n’est jamais moite ni humide comme c’est le cas pour des tentes igloo et tunnel standard.

  • Coton VS poly-coton/ coton plastifié?

    • Coton vs poly-coton 

    Bien que beaucoup d'entreprises l’utilisent comme argumentation de vente, le polycoton n’est pas le matériel par excellence pour la production des tentes. En réalité, le matériel le plus indiqué, c’est le coton. En général, des tentes en coton sont plus étanches ainsi que plus résistantes au soleil que des tentes en polycoton. Vu qu’une tente en polycoton consiste en 60% de polyester, les fils d’une telle tente ne se gonfleront pas si la toile est humidifiée. En plus, la toile d’une tente en polycoton sera affectée plus rapidement par des rayons UV. Notez que la qualité d’une tente ne dépend pas seulement du matériel, mais aussi de la façon dont la tente est fabriquée.

    • Coton pure vs coton plastifié

    En plus des tentes nomades faites de 100% en coton, le marché international des tentes foisonne des tentes Sibley plastifiées avec un revêtement PU, qui a un effet négatif sur les qualités naturelles du tissu. En plus, cette couche en plastique empêche la ventilation naturelle du coton, ce qui provoque une condensation à l’intérieur de la tente. Par contre, les tentes de CanvasCamp sont faites en coton pure traité d’une telle façon que la toile soit complètement imperméable, sans revêtement PU. La régulation de l’humidité fait que l’espace intérieur des tentes Sibley de CanvasCamp n’est jamais moite ni humide comme c’est le cas pour leurs pendants plastifiés.

  • Les différentes toiles de tentes en coton

    Les toiles de tentes en coton existent en 3 types:

    • Coton poids léger pesant 130 à 180 g/m²: ce coton léger est parfait pour les campeurs errants qui ne veulent pas emmener trop de poids et convient donc à une utilisation non intensive.
    • Coton poids moyen pesant 180 à 220 g/m², surtout employé pour un séjour prolongé au même endroit.
    • Coton poids lourd pesant 220 à 320 g/m²; surtout pour grandes tentes bungalow, tentes à crête, tentes de groupe.

    Toutes nos tentes 100% coton sont faites de coton durable, pesant 320, 360 ou bien 450 g/m².

    La toile de tentes en coton est le matériel idéal pour des tentes qui ne doivent pas être superlégères. Une tente en coton est, bien entendu, plus coûteuse qu’une tente en nylon, mais le prix est largement compensé par une plus grande longévité. Pour une tente fixe, montée durant toute une saison, le coton est plus indiqué que le nylon. Mais même pour une tente de vacances, le coton est à préférer au nylon, à cause de ses qualités naturelles. C’est également le cas pour une tente qui se trouve sous le soleil français ou espagnol durant 3 ou 4 semaines.

    Nylon/Polyester: Si la tente doit être le plus léger possible, parce que le transport se fait en sac à dos, le nylon/polyester est le matériel le plus indiqué. Le grand avantage de la tente nylon est que la tente peut être mouillée lorsqu'on l'emballe. Le tissu n’absorbe pas d’humidité et l’eau peut facilement être essuyé ou éliminé en tapotant la toile.

    Pour des tentes en coton, on recommande un poids minimum de 150 g/m². Plus ils pèsent, mieux cela vaut, sauf s'il faut les transporter souvent. Le tissu en coton, varie de 90 à 320 g/m². Cette étoffe comporte beaucoup de fils par m², donnant ainsi un tissu très fin, idéal pour être utilisé en tentes.

  • Fire Resistant Treatments and Diamond Fire Canvas

    There is no substitute for practicing responsible fire safety.  Under no circumstances should your approach to fires be influenced by the presence or absence of fire retardant technology, labels, or prevailing regulation.  Assume that everything can burn and act accordingly. Always respect local fire bans and restrictions, never leave a fire unattended, and never start a fire that you are not adequately equipped to extinguish quickly and completely.

    Research the products you buy thoroughly. Use your purchasing power and influence as a citizen to support products and regulations that are environmentally sound.  Be skeptical of cheap knockoffs on Amazon and eBay.  The only way to stop the influx of harmful chemicals into our wild spaces is to not introduce them in the first place.

    Fireproof is a laymen’s term that is often used (or misused) to describe a material that is nonflammable, incombustible, fire resistant, flame resistant, flame retardant, or heatproof.  Technically speaking, everything in the physical universe we occupy that will burn eventually.  The term fireproof is generally used to describe a material that resists burning in a specific set of circumstances, in a specific time frame.  A fireproof material may still burn when exposed to fire exceeding the intensity or duration that it is designed to withstand. 

    Multiple standards and tests for fireproofing exist around the world.  For the sake of clarity and simplicity, we’ll generalize the key takeaways for you.  As it relates to camping tents, it all comes down to two tests: The cigarette test and the open flame test.

    To pass the cigarette test a fabric needs to not ignite into flame and does not smolder and spread when a lit cigarette is put to it.  It can still burn a hole clean through the fabric and pass the test.  The cigarette test is the minimum standard for any type of reputable tent.  What this means for the practical user is that if a hot coal or spark from a campfire lands on a tent, it will make a hole or a burn mark, but it won’t cause the tent to burn down.  This is the industry and world wide standard and that makes most canvas tents safe to use with a tent stove. All CanvasCamp tents pass this test. 

    The open flame test is the most stringent test.  Diamond Fire Canvas passes this test. The open flame test requires a piece of fabric be exposed to an open flame for 12 second in a windless box.  A fabric passes if it self-extinguishes in a few seconds and the damage done is limited to a certain area. To simplify the pass standard and not bore you to tears: damage area is about 6 inches for heavyweight canvas.  To be clear:  Fabric that passes the open flame tent burns, it just burns less than fabric that doesn’t pass.

    CanvasCamp believes in fire safety.  We exclusively use fireproofing treatments that are determined to be safe for both human health and the environment.  There is no room for compromise on protecting and preserving places worth camping in, or the health and safety of our customers: people that camp.  Every product we make is designed from the ground up to be used safely and manufactured responsibly.  We hold our company and our products to the highest standards which is why we created the Diamond Fire Canvas.

    Developed in collaboration with UTEXBEL and the University of Ghent, Diamond Fire Canvas is manufactured exclusively in Belgium to the highest European standards for health, environmental protection, and fire resistance.  Why Europe exclusively you may ask?  European standards are considered the most comprehensive standards in the world for industrial textiles.  Not only for their effectiveness in fire safety, but also because they ban many chemicals determined to be detrimental to human health. Chemicals that are not as strictly regulated in the United States, Canada, Asia, and Australia.  By working with a global leader in textile manufacture and treatment that is subject to EU regulations, we can ensure that our fireproof canvas exceeds that health and safety standards of all the countries we sell tents to. 

  • Bath Tub Floors, Footprints, and Sod Flaps

    Upward of 60% of the humidity inside of a tent enters through the ground if there is no vapor barrier in between. For this reason, in high humidity conditions a tent with a bathtub floor such as our Deluxe, Ultimate, Pro or Diamond Fire series is the wisest choice. In low-humidity conditions, a semi-floorless tent such as our Sibley Standard series can by advantageous when used in combination with an Inner Tent. This combination gives you a bathtub floor, while still allowing you to perform camp chores from inside the comfort of the tent without fear of getting the floor dirty.

    Our Deluxe, Ultimate, Pro and Diamond Fire series tents feature a PVC “bathtub” floor. This means that the PVC floor of the tent wraps 4¾ ” up the side walls of the tent, creating a waterproof “bathtub”, guaranteed to keep you absolutely dry in all but the worst floods. This is not a “tarp” floor, as seen on many large tents; it is extremely thick with an almost rubber-like texture. Our ripstop PVC floors can withstand almost any terrain conditions, puncture and tear-free, for years of service.

    Our Sibley Standard series comes with 9” PVC “sod flaps”, and a detached oxford polyethylene footprint that serves as an optional floor. This is the traditional way in which tents were made for thousands of years & is still an ideal design for some applications even today. In a tent that will experience high foot-traffic, such as commercial applications, attached floors can quickly get dirty or wear out. The attached sod flap on our tents were traditionally made of canvas, and were buried in sod dug from around the outer perimeter of the tent to make a “rain gutter”. This not only kept the dirt floor in a tent substantially drier, but held the tent down in a way stakes alone cannot do. Turned outward, they are called “snow flaps”, and are likewise buried with snow. This design creates an incredibly strong shelter that will take as much wind or snow as the fabric can handle.

  • Tent Stove and Stove Jacks

    A wood stove inside of a canvas tent on a chilly night is a wonderful experience that demands knowledge and respect, so we have put together a brief set of guidelines to assist you with the basics. CanvasCamp advises that you study these topics on your own to have a full understanding of wood stove mechanics, thereby minimizing the chance of accidental damage or injury.

    What size stove?

    Actual stove output is measured in kW or BTU's, however the layman way to measure this is by cubic feet of firebox volume. We recommend the following size stoves for our tents:

    • Up to 2cf for a Sibley 400 
    • 2-3cf for Sibley 500 and 600 Twin 
    • 3-4cf for Sibley 600  

    Which Stove Jack?

    It is more important to match CanvasCamp Stove Jacks by stove output than by stove pipe diameter. CanvasCamp defines a 4kW/13,000BTU stove as any stove larger than 2cf. If your stove is larger than 2cf, you have 2 options:

    • Use a double-wall stove pipe with an Exit I Stove Jack so long as the pipe O.D. does not exceed 5". 
    • Use a single-wall stove pipe with an Exit II Stove Jack so long as the pipe O.D. does not exceed 4". 

    Recommendations:

    • Install a spark arrestor on the end of your stove pipe.
    • Install the stove at least 36" from the walls and roof.
    • Use a spark mat under your stove.
    • If possible, extend your stove pipe 12" above the peak of the tent.
    • If possible, place the stove pipe downwind from the rest of the tent.
    • Though it is not necessary, apply Burnblock to at least the side of the tent on which the stove pipe is installed. 

    No canvas is fire proof, and no fire standard, regardless of how stringent, will insure the application of common sense. Keep fire away from canvas. That said, all CanvasCamp tents are compatible with all CanvasCamp Stove Jacks, which are installed by the end user in the location of your choosing so that you can have your stove where you need it. 

    NOTECanvasCamp tents are not for use with an open fire, patio-style fire pit, or propane heater. Educate yourself regarding the dangers of carbon monoxide as a result of stoves and heaters. CanvasCamp is not liable for any damage or injury resulting from the use of any manner of flame or heat source inside of any CanvasCamp tent.

Tips and Tricks

Check out our blog pages for tips, tricks, how-to's, and more! 

  • Painting and Dyeing a Canvas Tent

    Paint and dyes can adversely affect the treatment and waterproofing of canvas and cannot be covered under warranty.

    That said, we know that many of you are artists and see canvas for what it is, so here is some advice:

    Use exterior latex flat paint diluted with 1/3 water.  Two coats of diluted paint should flex with the canvas.  More layers of paint may cause cracking, thus if you are painting on top of paint, a thinner paint may be required.  Test out a small area to see how the paint absorbs and how the colors appear when dry.  If too stiff, dilute further.

    Be sure to send us pictures of your creation!

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  • Stock

    Products on our website indicate whether an item is 'In stock" or "Out of Stock".  If an item is out of stock, but will be back in stock soon, we will accept back orders.  Although we make every effort to keep our stock statuses up to date, occasionally we may run out of stock.  In the event an item that you have ordered is unavailable, we will attempt to contact you within 2 business days via phone and/or email to let you know when we expect the item to become available for shipment.

  • Valeurs et éthique

    CanvasCamp s’engage à respecter les valeurs fondamentales d’intégrité, de respect et de qualité, pas seulement au niveau des produits, mais aussi en ce qui concerne notre service client. Nous vous assurons que des pratiques non éthiques comme le travail des enfants, les circonstances de travail non éthiques et l’usage de produits nocifs ne sont pas tolérés durant tout le procédé de fabrication. Pour vous garantir que nous respectons les valeurs d’intégrité et de qualité, CanvasCamp exige de ses usines que les circonstances de travail sont optimales et qu’on y utilise les dernières techniques. À cette fin, les usines de CanvasCamp disposent de ressources techniques que les concurrents n’ont souvent pas, comme des machines pour appliquer une couche de protection, des machines à pression d’eau, des machines pour tester la fibre et une chambre de pluie et des boîtes à lumière pour examiner le tissu.

  • Quand et comment imprégner?

    Le traitement imperméabilisant se dégrade peu à peu sous l'action des rayons solaires, réduisant progressivement l'étanchéité de la toile de tente. Après 12 à 25 semaines d’utilisation, les tentes présentent à certains endroits une étanchéité affaiblie. Il est alors nécessaire de réimprégner en utilisant un produit adapté. A cet effet, nous préconisons l'emploi des produits Anchor Extra ou Ultramar, proposé à la vente dans la catégorie "Accessoires". Ces produits sont écologiques, non toxiques et biodégradables.

    Une imprégnation soignée occasionnelle demande du temps, mais prolonge considérablement la longévité de votre tente.

    La façon la plus simple pour l’imprégner est la suivante:

    • Montez la tente au sec.
    • Enlevez la poussière et la saleté avec une brosse dure.
    • Appliquez le liquide d’imprégnation avec une brosse douce. (Tant à l’intérieur qu'à l’extérieur.) Faites en sorte que la toile soit complètement imbibée. Vous pouvez également appliquer le liquide avec un tuyau d’arrosage et ensuite bien étaler avec une brosse douce.
    • Faites sécher votre tente au vent, de préférence pas au soleil.

    Votre tente en coton est affectée par beaucoup de moisissure, des algues ou par le temps? Faites la démarche suivante:

    • Mouillez le tissu.
    • Faites dissoudre 1 partie d'eau de javel dans 10 parties d’eau. (Vous pouvez trouvez de l’eau de javel au supermarché.)
    • Appliquez la solution sur le tissu mouillé et laissez agir durant environs 30 minutes. Prolongez le temps si nécessaire.
    • Rincez abondamment le chiffon avec de l'eau.
    • Nettoyez la toile avec Ultramar shampooing, de sorte que tous les restes de javel disparaissent.
    • Séchez la toile.
    • Utilisez Anchor Extra ou Ultramar Protector pour protéger le tissu aux algues, à la moisissure, à l’eau pollué, etc.
  • Peut-on voir une tent et l'emporter?

    Nos articles sont visibles et disponibles dans notre salle d'exposition et dépôt à Drongen. Venez nous visiter à CanvasCamp - industriepark 16 - 9031 Tronchiennes, Belgique.

    Notre salle d'exposition est ouvert du 1/03 jusqu'au 31/07:

    • lundi, mardi, mercredi, jeudi, vendredi: 09.30 - 17.00
    • samedi: 11.00 - 15.00

    Notre salle d'exposition est ouvert du 1/08 jusqu'au 28/02:

    • lundi, mardi, mercredi, jeudi vendredi: 9.00 - 16.00
    • samedi: que sur rendez-vous

    Notre salle d'exposition sera fermé:

    • 1 janvier 2016
    • 25 Mars 2016
    • 5 mai 2016
    • 6 mai 2016
    • 16 mai 2016
    • 21 juillet 2016
    • 15 août 2015
    • 1 novembre 2016
    • 11 novembre 2016
    • 26 décembre 2016

    Si par contre vous achetez à distance, nous vous expédions à bas prix, avec la garantie “14 jours non satisfait = remboursement". L’expédition garantie est munie d’un numéro de traçabilité, afin que vous puissiez suivre votre livraison en ligne. Le délai de livraison est en moyenne de 2 à 3 jours pour le Benelux et la France.