If you’re camping and you realize your shelter isn’t waterproof when the rain starts pouring, what can you do?
You may vacate the tent in case there is a car or a house nearby, of course. But your luck will definitely be challenged once you’re staying atop a mountain or in an isolated island. A situation as bad as this makes you wonder why you did not learn how to weatherproof a tent beforehand.
Indeed, most often come already with water-resistant products applied on the canvas. The liquid, however, may start seeping through the flooring and the seams when the sealants deteriorate.
Focus on the following techniques so that you won’t have to suffer from a leaking portable shelter again.