HOW TO SET UP AND CLOSE UP THE FOLDING TENT? EASY TIPS FOR YOU!

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Nowadays,Folding tents is becoming very popular as the outdoor umbrella house.It not only can be used alone,also can be linked to multiple joint use,such as temporary places,temporary garage,even temporary workplace etc.But some friends said it is a headache for them to shut down the tents.It is ok now we teach you how to easily shut down the folding tent.

1. Before shut down the tents,we should check four feet of the tents,ensure there are no debris;then check the top of the tent,clean the debris and water if there are.

2. Check the four corners of the tent frame.Pay attention to the angel of four spring buckle.The button should be in the eyes of square tube.the square tube can be slide freely.

3. Remove the four corners of the spring buckles from the square tube.

4. Remove all the item which inside the tent.

5. Two men stand facing each other,each holding two stents of the tents respectively.

6. Please noted that two men stand on the roof support longitudinal folds,ensure the roof bracket can be folded up when put forth your strength.

7. Two men together push the bracket in the other direction,so that can make the folded roof bracket.

8. When you fold to 70%, you can fold the tent on the ground,please noted that the clean ground so that the tent will not be polluted.

9. Open the four corners of the tarpaulin,pry off the velcro.

10. Carefully put away the tarpaulin,it should be dry in time if there are water.Noted that if there are any parts damage.In general,it is difficult to repair when the tarp damage.

11. Take off the frame,folding to 100%,you should place it in a dry place,also,it can not be squeezed by heavy objects.

12. Close the four leg away and push the inner tube inside.

13. If you use the tent with steel frame,please pay attention to rust proof.If use the tent with aluminum frame,you should prevent compression deformation.

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