Party tents are big, bulky, and at times can be hard to maintain. Setting up, breaking down, packing away, and trucking around party tents from event to event can take a toll on these large structures. So, how can you take care of your investments and keep them looking great, while making it easier on your hard working team?
Performance Fabric News & Insights | Tent Maintenance
It’s very important for rental company owners to understand the proper way to maintain and clean the vinyl material that their tents are manufactured from. Commercial tents which are regularly cleaned and maintained with the proper techniques don’t just look better, they remain in good condition for longer, giving you a better return on investment. Dirt accumulation on the tent surface leads to mold and mildew growth, shortening the lifespan of the material.
Rental tents are exposed to everything from dust and dirt to grease and paint stains on a consistent basis. The most successful tent rental companies provide clients with high-quality tents that always look great, but in order to keep your stock looking great you’ll need to maintain a regular cleaning schedule, washing the tent fabric after each use. Unfortunately, many low-quality tent materials can’t withstand constant cleaning.
Regular and thorough cleaning is a critical aspect of maintaining your stock of commercial tents. With your tents subjected to everything from smoke and duct tape residue to mold and mildew, it’s important to implement a regular cleaning schedule.
You’ve made an investment, and your business is dependent on the fabrics that make up your tent products and services. Now, the goal is to make your tent fabric material last as long as possible.
Tent fabrics are not your typical textiles; they’re made from various specialty fabrics and require far more care and upkeep than just shaking off excess dirt.