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This will make the surface of the tent                    Your New Best Friend For Weekend
                                                                       Outings Should Bad Weather Hit
           hydrophobic and repel water.  Ignore
           any mesh areas. and use caution around
           any labels or branding applied to the

           tent, as the silicone will often loosen or
           dissolve them.


           Next attach the rain fly. With the rain
           fly it’s the same steps as on the main

           tent itself - saturate the seams with sili-
           cone spray from about 2-3 inches away.
           Once that’s completed, cover the entire

           fly with a light coating of silicone.  Now
           your tent will stant up to all but the
           most extreme amounts of rainfall with
           ease.



           Take it a step further and place a tar-
           paulin on the ground underneath your
           tent to prevent the saturated ground

           from seeping through your tent floor.


           most extreme amounts of rainfall with
           ease.



           Take it a step further and place a tar-
           paulin on the ground underneath your
           tent to prevent the saturated ground

           from seeping through your tent floor.


           a light coating of silicone.  Now your
           tent will stant up to all but the most ex-
           treme amounts of rainfall with ease.



           Take it a step further and place a tar-
           paulin on the ground underneath your

           tent to prevent the saturated ground
           from seeping through your tent floor.
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