The skill of outdoor camping is one of the basic skills of many travel companions. When outdoors, tents are an artifact of shelter from wind and rain in the eyes of novices, but in the eyes of veterans, there are too many problems that need to be solved. So what are the tips when actually setting up?
Outdoor tents are now double-layered, that is, they are divided into inner and outer tents. This type of tent is still better. It is not prone to stagnant water. Even if it rains, it can prevent water from seeping in.
If it is a single-layer tent, if it encounters heavy rain when in use, it can be said that it is not very waterproof. Then when in use, you can only pull another layer of tarpaulin on the outside. Fix it in this way to avoid the impact of heavy rain.
So when choosing a tent, a single-layer tent is not good, and it is recommended to choose a double-layer tent when choosing a tent. The double layer and one layer of protection are still good,
Except after it rains, what we need to know when setting up a tent is that the temperature difference during the day will cause dew condensation in the tent, so be careful. But it cannot be avoided.
If the weather is better, it is recommended to ventilate the tent to solve this dew problem. If it is not ventilated, then the only way to avoid the sleeping bag is to get wet.
It is acceptable for the tent to be damp, but when the sleeping bag is damp, the impact is still relatively large, so it is best to prepare a drip-proof equipment on the sleeping bag.
After the tent is set up, it is best to dig a small drainage ditch outside the tent to avoid the problem of rain and water accumulation. After solving these problems, the effect is very good.
And it is quite importent to choose a suitable tent fot you .
Here i show you 1 tent that will avoid the Stagnant water.