10″ x 14″ Tent Shelter Tarp Cover
The best way to describe a tarp is as a giant umbrella for your best tent, car, boat and whatever else you need protected from the rain. The cloth is designed to resist penetration by water. And to direct the run-off from what you are trying to protect. Unlike other tent covers such as rainflies, tarp covers usually include independent poles and also fail to run the course of the tent walls covering only from above. The 10 x 14 Tent Shelter Tarp Cover from Easy Go Products is without a doubt one of the best tent accessories in the market and below are a few reasons why.
- Weight and Measurements
The tarp weighs 2.9 pounds making it easy to carry and use. The sheet dimensions are 10 inches by 14 inches by 1 inch when spread out.
- Tent Fit
It is made for 10″ length by 14″ width tents but can cover those smaller than the specified dimensions.
The sheet is made from waterproof material with double coating where the exterior is blue and the interior is silver. The double coating is both for aesthetics and thermoregulation under the tarp where the silver coating prevents loss of heat from the tent when it rains.
- Aluminum Anchoring Eyelets
The eyelets are the point of connection between the sheet and the poles during set-up. Their position at the edges ensures than when made taut, the sheet directs water away from the tent or whatever it is that is under the tarp. This means that the chances or collection of water are seriously minimized. The aluminum material is also an advantage making the eyelets resistant to rusting and corrosion.
Why You Need 10″ x 14″ Tent Shelter Tarp Cover?
You need a waterproof tarpaulin like this if you think it might rain where you are planning on camping. It comes in very handy in protecting your tent from the water, hail, snow and all other forms of precipitation. The tarp cover also can also be used to protect camp fires ensuring that your fire burns bright for light, protection or cooking for as long as you want it to.
How to Use 10′ x 14′ Tent Shelter Tarp Cover?
Setting up and using the tent shelter tarp is a lot like setting up a tent. You first need to attach the sheet to poles and fasten for stability. The poles are then firmly planted into the ground to keep it upright and stable. This set-up can be applied not only in the camping setting but also in farms over nurseries and delicate crops, in hay storage, on construction sites and on parking lots.