How to control tarpaulin coloring


First, pay attention to controlling the coloring time. […]

First, pay attention to controlling the coloring time. If the reaction time is not enough, it will easily cause the tarpaulin to appear blank and affect the overall appearance of the tarpaulin. Secondly, it is necessary to control the concentration of the coloring solution. If the concentration is not enough, it will increase the coloring time. If the concentration is too small, the tarpaulin will not be colored deeply, which will affect the coloring depth of the tarp. Once again, pay attention to the speed of putting and taking out the tarpaulin, and put it in and take out slowly, otherwise it will also affect the coloring quality of the tarpaulin.

In short, the coloring process is a particularly important link, and many details need to be paid attention to during the processing process, otherwise the tarpaulin coloring is not good.

If it is stored improperly, it may cause mildew of the tarpaulin, and small spots or mildew smell may appear on the surface. How should it be removed?

First, you can unfold the tarpaulin, wipe it with warm soapy water and a sponge, and dry it with a clean sponge. Then, let the sponge be moistened with hot water and a specific solution, wipe the tent and leave the solution on the fabric, and air dry. Then you can mix a glass of salt, a glass of thick lemon juice and a gallon of hot water, slowly rub the solution into the visible mold spots, and dry. We will find some effect.

 Generally, molds love a humid, dark, and warm environment. Only in this environment can they reproduce in large numbers. This requires us to pay attention to choosing the right place when storing tarpaulins.