Maintenance and use of tarpaulin


Canvas tarpaulin use: Canvas is a thicker cotton or hem […]

Canvas tarpaulin use:
Canvas is a thicker cotton or hemp fabric. Named for the original use of sails. Generally, plain weave is used, a small amount of twill weave is used, and warp and weft yarns are multi-stranded. Canvas is usually divided into two categories: rough canvas and fine canvas. The coarse canvas, also known as the tarpaulin, is commonly woven with No. 58 (10 lbs) 4 to 7 strands. The fabric is strong and resistant to folding, has good waterproof performance, is used for covering cars and open warehouses, and tents in the wild. Fine canvas warp and weft yarns are generally 2 strands 58 to 6 strands 28 (10 inches / 2 to 21 inches / 6), used to make labor protection clothing and supplies. It can also be used as a shoe, travel bag, backpack and other fabrics after dyeing. In addition, there are rubber canvas, shield canvas for fire and radiation protection, and canvas for paper machine.
Canvas tarpaulin maintenance method:
1. After the canvas tarpaulin is cleaned, put it in a cool and ventilated place to dry naturally. Do not put it in the place where it is exposed to the sun or put it at a high temperature to prevent the glue or degumming and accelerate the aging.
2. The force should be gentle and even when cleaning. Do not use force to brush, to avoid short lines, or to brush off the pattern and decorative parts of the shoe.
3. Avoid contact with sharp and sharp objects to prevent scratches and scratches.
4. For white canvas, do not touch hard-to-clean items such as carbon ink. After cleaning the canvas of this color, apply toothpaste, or white chalk powder. Pay attention to uniformity, then dry and dry to prevent discoloration. Or find two white clean papers on top, dry them and tear them off. It can also prevent discoloration.
5, the canvas has broken, dropped, or loose parts such as loose decorative parts should be repaired in time. To extend its service life.