Rhinotuff Canvas Care & Maintenance

Caring for your Rhinotuff canvas is essential to maintain its performance and prolong its lifespan. Proper care will help maintain its water repellency, durability, and overall performance.

By following these guidelines, you can ensure that your canvas continues to provide reliable protection and comfort for your outdoor adventures.

Please note that the care and maintenance instructions provided are general guidelines. For specific cleaning recommendations or concerns, please refer to the care instructions provided with your Rhinotuff canvas or consult our customer service team for further assistance.

  • Thoroughly Wet and Dry New Canvas

    New canvas may benefit from being thoroughly wetted and allowed to dry before its first use. This process helps the canvas fibers to swell and seal, enhancing its water repellency and durability.

  • Cleaning Process

    To clean the canvas, use a soft brush and cold water only. Gently brush away any dirt, debris, or stains. Avoid using soaps, detergents, cleaning fluids, or insecticides, as they may compromise the fabric's water repellency and overall performance.

  • Avoid Harsh Chemicals

    Keep the canvas away from petrol, solvents, and other harsh chemicals. These substances can cause damage to the fabric and reduce its protective properties.

  • Promptly Remove Contaminants

    Do not allow bird droppings, earth, sand, or vegetable matter to remain in contact with the fabric. Promptly remove any contaminants to prevent staining or potential damage.

  • Mildew Spot Treatment

    If mildew spots appear, brush them off before they become attached to the fabric. Persistent mold or mildew growth should be treated with a suitable anti-fungal chemical according to the manufacturer's instructions.

  • Reproofing

    Canvas that has been cleaned extensively may require reproofing. Follow the manufacturer's guidelines for reproofing the canvas to restore its water repellency and ensure continued protection.