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September 15, 2021

A hammock is a light and easy-to-carry bedding for outdoor activities. The material used to make the hammock is usually tied to a tree. According to the materials manufactured, it is divided into cloth hammock and rope net hammock. The cloth hammock is usually made of thin canvas or nylon cloth, and the rope net hammock is usually made of cotton rope or nylon rope. The rope net hammock is especially suitable for tropical jungles and hot summers, while the cloth hammock has a wider range of applications. It can be used in other seasons except in severe cold areas and winter.

1. If the hammock is only used for temporary rest in the wild, it is not necessary to fasten the hammock very tightly. If you are camping in the wild with a hammock, you should use the hammock as much as possible

Straighten and fasten tightly. Because people sleep on a hammock, the hammock will sag and bend greatly due to weight. People who sleep in a hammock will also bend and be uncomfortable for a long time. Pull the hammock as far as possible. Straight tightening can reduce the bending degree of the hammock and make sleep more comfortable. In addition, don't tie the hammock too high, it is more suitable to be one meter above the ground, so that it is convenient to get on and off the hammock.

2. Because the hammock is not an independent closed system like a tent, there are problems of preventing mosquito bites and rain when using a hammock to sleep in the wild. In fact, a little brainstorming can solve these two problems.

Rainproof: Prepare a piece of plastic film that is slightly longer than the hammock and about two meters wide when sleeping in the wild. When it rains, place the film "∧" on the pull line above the hammock, so that it can cover the hammock, that is, it can be well protected from rain. .

Prevent mosquito bites: prepare a piece of gauze of appropriate size and place the gauze on one end of the camper’s head in the same way as the film. Use clothespins to clamp the gauze and the hammock together to prevent mosquitoes from biting the head. Use the cotton sliver soaked in the liquid of Mihaelin to form a circle and tie it to the ropes at both ends of the hammock, or spray Mihaelin directly on the upper and lower ends of the hammock rope to prevent ants, spiders, centipedes and other insects from crawling. Into the hammock.

In the summer, the cool breeze blows slowly, and it is a beautiful thing to enjoy lying on the hammock.

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