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    Hammock Storeage

    I was just curious of how one store their Hammock(s) over a period of few months.
    When your Area is very limited as to no space to speack of...
    Can it be store in a nylon bag?..

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    Make sure it's dry, stuff it in the bag, and let it sit. Try to keep it in a cool, dry place, out of the sun. Mine have sat in a large plastic tote for months with no harm.

    Biggest thing is make sure they are dry, to prevent mold and mildew.
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    Old Hermit this is a question that should best be answered by the manufacture themselves I would give Clark a call and ask them 1-800-468-4635.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gargoyle View Post
    Make sure it's dry, stuff it in the bag, and let it sit. Try to keep it in a cool, dry place, out of the sun.
    Gargoyle is spot on. Just stuff it in a stuff sack after it's completely dry and put it in a dry, cool place out of the sun. Since a hammock has no loft to compress, it's perfectly safe in a stuff sack, as long as it's dry.
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