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Precautions for outdoor tents
Note that the doors of the inner and outer tents must face one direction, and the four corners are hung on the four corners of the inner tent (you can find the hanging place near the position of the tent pole), and some are for the outer tent. The four corners should also be nailed near the four corners of the inner tent. Check if there are any hanging loops on the outer tent to be nailed to the floor. Make the outer tent tense, and there is no place where the inner tent is attached. If it rains, the inner tent should be tight. The tent will not get wet, and due to breathing, a layer of dew or frost will form on the outer tent in the morning. If it is not attached to it, it will not wet the inner tent. However, there are also bad tents that will settle on the inner tent with frost. Get up early. , It's going to snow in the tent.
There are also some ropes on the tent, which are used to reinforce the tent. Generally, you don’t need to pull it if there is no strong wind. If you don’t worry, you’d better pull it up. Use ground nails as well. Pull the ropes evenly. When you get up in the morning, if the weather is fine, it is best not to close the tent immediately and let it dry a little. After receiving the tent, remove the outer tent first. After removing the floor nails of the inner tent, don’t rush to remove the tent poles. Open the door, raise the tent and shake, pour out the soil inside, and then place it on the ground. Take off one of the heads to flatten the tent and push the poles out from one end. Don't pull the poles. The poles are plugged in, and they will fall apart. Finally, fold up the tent poles, put the inner and outer tents back in the bag, don't lose the nails.