Outdoor Hammock, Traveller, Black
Hammock with Bag, Black, Well Hung Hammocks
Lightweight “Traveller” Hammocks are an exciting addition to our Outdoor Lifestyle Collection. ‘Traveller’ hammock is small, compact and light; this hammock is essential for your travel. A perfect camping hammock - your bed in a bag! Design in Australia specifically for the art of lounging.
It weighs next to nothing and fits right in the palm of your hand.
STRAPS INCLUDED. The Traveller hammock also comes with hanging accessories for any spot you find for the hang session.
- Lightweight hammocks designed in Australia;
- Includes a strap;
- Available in two colours: Black and Green;
- Packs into a small tie-up carry bag for travel.
The Traveller Hammock: Length: 280cm, Width: 150cm, Weight Limit: 100kg
Your hammock is probably your favourite piece of furniture on the road and around the home. To prolong its life and keep it looking its best it needs to be cleaned regularly. If your hammock has algae and mildew stains, then it is going to need a little more extra work to get it looking new again.
Algae from trees or plants which overhang can leave stains on the fabric. Mould or mildew does grow in humid and damp environments. This can all be avoided if a thorough treatment of vinegar or soapy water is applied every now and then.
Don’t use chlorine or bleach when cleaning your hammock as it may compromise the fabric.
Washing Machine. You can wash your hammock in a large washing machine. Before washing the hammock, you need to use strings to tie the hammock together. This will prevent tangling. Wash the hammock on a gentle cycle. The ropes on the hammock may come out twisted, but with a little tension these will disappear.
Hand Wash. Fold your hammock in half and tie together just below the metal rings with some string, this will prevent tangling. Fill a tub with mild detergent and water (warm can work best) and submerge the hammock. Use your hands to agitate the canvas, and use a small scrub brush to attack any stubborn stains.
If algae or mildew stains are prevalent, brush them with a scrub brush while it is still hanging while the hammock is completely dry. Pour white vinegar on stains and let this sit for 15 minutes. Ensure to hang in a hot dry place after washing so the hammock dries as fast as possible.
If your hammocks are suspended outside be sure to remove them after use if under trees or in the rain. Weather conditions could affect the outcome of your hammocks life.