Since our tent fabric is treated for mold and mildew, you do not need to worry about packing it up wet! However, in the event that you need to pack the tent up damp or drenched, we suggest that you wait for a sunny day to dry the tent out thoroughly before storing it for long periods of time. Before packing your tent up it is good to make sure that all of the zippers are closed to avoid any unforeseen wear and tear on them.
Lanterns and Flashlights
For all battery-powered lights it is essential that you charge your device once every three to four months to extend the life of the battery. If you leave the devices off for an extended period of time without charging them, the batteries will go dead. Fortunately none of our devices take very long to charge and we are sure that you will be using them often enough to need not worry about dead batteries.
Oiling your bamboo handled garden tools will ensure the longevity and splinter free nature of the bamboo. A gentle organic oil such as linseed oil is great to wipe down the wooden handles once you notice them getting dry to the touch. This will help keep your handles looking like new and spinter free for years to come!
All of our gardening tools are made from tempered stainless steel, this is what helps them keep an edge. If your gardening tools dull, you can sharpen them with a sharpening stone or file and it should restore the edge like new!
Our cast iron is pre-seasoned! When washing your cast iron, use only hot water, no soap.
After your cast iron dries thoroughly, lightly coat (*very lightly*) your cast iron with your choice of cooking oil. This helps prevent rust and maintains seasoning for next use.
If you need to season you cast iron for whatever reason, you will need to thoroughly wash you cast iron.
Once dry, apply a thin coat of cooking oil to inside and outside of all pieces.
Place oiled pieces on top rack of oven, and place a baking sheet, or something alike, on the bottom rack to catch possible oil drips.
Bake at 325 degrees for 45 minutes.
We recommend letting your cast iron cool down completely before removing from oven, to prevent burn or injury.