I set one of ours up for a dinning fly at the recent Texas Hanging, and I had condensation on the inside of the tarp, going to treat the outer and see if it helps. If it doesn't then I'll be putting ours up for sell on here
That was more like a fully equipped industrial kitchen.
Just curious though, how will treating the outside help condensation? I can understand seeping/weeping from the outside in but I thought condensation was from the inside.
I've got the SG 12x12 tarp (the one w/o poles). Put it up tonight, hanging it on the square as a tarp tent with doors.
But when I measured the ridgeline it was 10'6" not 12'. What gives?
Originally Posted by TinaLouise
measuring the ridge line while hanging this tarp on the square is shorter!!! For me to hang my SG tarp tarp on the square, I'd have to sew in more tabs for the guylines. Now if you hang it from the corners (like in a diamond shape instead of square), your ridge line will be much longer.
I've got to also say that I've never actually put a tape measure to my tarp. And now thinking about it. The square set up really should give you a 12' ridge line. Unless, of course, this is that new fangled type math!!!????
They don't measure their 12' on the diagonals (like TV's) do they? That would be a real cheap trick.