How to Remove Mould on Tents & Camping Equipment
Camping equipment constantly faces damp weather, collecting moisture and creating a perfect environment for mould growth.
Chances are, if your camping equipment has a musty, stale smell, it’s because mould has grown on damp materials such as tent canvases. Remove those smells easily with Concrobium Mould Control.
For spot treatment of mouldy areas:
- Spray the affected area with Concrobium Mould Control and allow to dry thoroughly. As it dries, Concrobium will crush the mould spores at the root and eliminate any existing mould.
- Scrub the surface with a Concrobium-dampened cloth or brush to remove remaining mould residue. Deep and embedded mould staining may be difficult to remove, and may require the use of Concrobium Mould Stain Eraser.
- Reapply Concrobium to ensure a layer of Concrobium remains on the surface to prevent future mould growth.
For treatment of mouldy, musty smells inside your tent, try Fogging. An enclosed tent gives you the perfect opportunity to use Concrobium with a fogger to gently mist the product, effectively eliminating mould and musty smells.
On a warm, dry day, open all the doors and window flaps of your tent and lay it out to dry. A fresh flow of air will dry up any remaining moisture and help prevent mould and mildew from forming.