What Is Hydra Shield Canvas and How is a Kodiak Tent Treated?

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What Is Hydra Shield Canvas and How is a Kodiak Tent Treated?

 Whether you prefer a Kodiak truck tent, swag, cabin or a quick set up flexbow model, you may ask how to treat a Kodiak Canvas Tent with Hydra Shield (two threads twisted together for superior strength, durability, and a very tight weave) with a dry silicone finish to create a watertight, breathable and durable fabric that also resists mold and mildew. Seasoning the canvas by wetting down first after setting up allows the Hydra Shield fibers to swell up and seal out the moisture, you can also set up at location and allow the rain to activate it as an option. Unlike synthetic fabrics, or canvas with a peraffin wax or oil-based treatment, the Kodiak canvas is breathable! Allowing water vapor to escape, minimizing condensation, humidity, and mugginess. Simply put, you are more comfortable and should rarely, if ever have to retreat the canvas, if for some reason you are requested to treat the canvas, only treat the effected area with Kiwi Kamp Dry silicone based spray as an application on the outside of tent. (Let treatment dry before packing away).

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