A common issue amongst camper trailer, tent and caravan owners, is packing up the canvas material before it’s 100% dry, or storing it in a humid location for an extended period of time. Next time the camper trailer, tent or caravan annex is unfolded, there is minor and sometimes heavy mould growth. Once mould gets into canvas or similar heavy fabrics, it takes a lot of elbow grease to remove, and quite often the mould will not come out without leaving stains… if at all.
Now you can clean the mould fast, with no scrubbing…
Glamping Tents – Trailer Canvas – Awnings – Sun Shade & Shade Sails
Recently we had a camper trailer owner use our Curtain Magic Mould Remover on their mouldy canvas, with remarkable results. Further to this, the results lead to a positive viral response on Facebook and we now have a very happy family of campervan, caravan and tent owners in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom, who now have a DIY mould removal product option for their canvas tents, pop-ups and awnings, at an affordable price. No scrubbing required.
I just wanted to send you a quick message to say how great your product is!
We have a $20k camper trailer that we haven’t used in the last 6 months and we opened it up and found it was covered in mould! We got in contact with the manufacturer to enquire about purchasing a new canvas for it but they recommended we try your product first!
I received my first order from you yesterday (I have another one coming and I’ve just ordered another 4 litres today, thinking I should have done a bulk order! Lol) and I’m amazed at how much it has eaten the mould off already after 10 minutes!
I have just shared my photos and your website to the MDC camper page on Facebook as there is always posts about mould and people looking for a great product!
Well done and thankyou!” – Arlette B
No matter where you live in the world, be at New Zealand, Australia, UK and anywhere that has a damp climate, we can get this product to you in a short period of time. The process is simple, you simply order the product, spray it on liberally to the canvas mould, wait 15 minutes and watch the mould disappear before your eyes. After the mould has vanished, rinse down with water to wash any residual chemical out, and let dry thoroughly. Following the mould disappearing, you will need to re-waterproof your canvas, which can be done at home with any common re-waterproofing product from your local camping store. As a precautionary measure, always do a small colourfast patch test in a hidden area to confirm there will be no loss of colour, as this is a chemical product.
ORDER CURTAIN MAGIC HERE FOR CANVAS MOULD CLEANING: