[Cdt-l] [pct-l] slip-sliding inside a silnylon tent
yogihikes at gmail.com
Fri Feb 24 10:17:05 CST 2012
Thanks everyone for your replies!
On Fri, Feb 24, 2012 at 10:07 AM, CHUCK CHELIN <steeleye at wildblue.net>wrote:
> Good morning, Yogi,
> Seam-sealer is what I use, and it seems to stay sufficiently tacky. The
> first time I slept on SilNylon during a training hike I hadn’t prepared
> well and my bed wasn’t perfectly flat – which means it was perfectly
> average – so I got up and found some pitch in blisters on near-by fir trees.
> Pitch in the middle under the foam pad solved the problem, for that trip
> -Hiking the Pct since before it was the PCT – 1965
> On Fri, Feb 24, 2012 at 7:44 AM, Jackie McDonnell <yogihikes at gmail.com>wrote:
>> It's been a while since I used a silnyon shelter. Would someone remind me
>> -- what do I put on the inside of the floor of a silnylon tent to prevent
>> slip-sliding around? If I remember correctly, it's just a bunch of swipes
>> of seamsealer on the inside of the floor. Is that correct?
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