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Tents & Groundsheets

How do I repair leaking seams or a tear in the tent?

Check the integrity of all seams and seam seals prior to storage. If it is necessary to use a seam sealer, then please pay attention to the type of tent material in question (appropriate seam sealer for silicone or PU coating).
In order to to complete this treatment, you must first pitch the tent and then leave the paste to dry for around 10 hours (pay attention to instructions).
Any fine tears in the fabric can be sewn up or sealed using fabric tape from the inside and outside. Seams on the outer tent must be sealed with a seam sealant. You should additionally seal the edges with a seam sealant, even when using adhesive repair patches.
If, after a long period of use, some of the seam tapes become detached, remove the loosened pieces with scissors and replace with seam sealer.


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