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Tent Cleaning 101

Posted by on 9/26/2023
SHIPP TENT CLEANER How Shipp Tent Cleaner Was Developed  Shipp Tent Cleaner was developed with Snyder Manufacturing, a large vinyl tent fabric manufacturer in Dover, Ohio. Taking three years in the late 1980s, Chuck Shipp sent

M.A.C & Citro & Gray Films

Posted by on 8/9/2023
WHAT CAUSED THE GRAY FILM MAC is a mild acid cleaner made of phosphoric and hydrochloric acid specifically for tents. Long term tent rentals such as vineyards, universities and special event centers leave the tent for months and sometimes all


Posted by on 8/9/2023
How It Was Developed Tent vinyl is made from petroleum therefore, any chemical that is petroleum can and will eventually turn the vinyl yellow permanently. So how do we get paint, tar, tape adhesive, asphalt, smoke, soot off the tent fabric

Blitz TENT Mildew Remover

Posted by on 8/9/2023
How Blitz Was Developed The problem with mildew on tents was that household bleach cleaned mildew off but destroyed the tent. Bleach would dry rot the polyester stitching and rob the tent fabric of the plasticizer making the tent stiff and


Posted by Chuck Shipp on 3/20/2020
Let us start here with the fact that detergents breakdown proteins. The Covid-19 virus has a protein shell that protects it. Any approved tent cleaner is going to be on the alkaline side of the pH scale will breakdown the that shell coating and it will spill out the mycroplasma. It will be dead and gone. Soap and water on your hands is much better eliminator of the virus on your hands than the gel sanitizers. Soap acts as a medium that clings to the detergent and washes down the drain. If a hand soap is strong enough, it may even breakdown the shell and kill it as well. So simply put, your normal tent cleaner will do the job. The catch is handling the tent to get it to that point.
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