Tents in UAE
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A tent is a fabric or sheet attached to poles to give shelter. Tents were in use in the UAE especially for those who spent their time out in the desert flocking their camels. The customary Bedouin tent was woven from goats' hair. When it rains the weave contracts and doesn't give the water access. In the warmth of the late spring the outside of the tent feels extremely hot to the touch while within remains ecstatically cool. In the winter when it is frosty outside with a little fire inside the converse is valid, and the tent stays warm and comfortable. These days the tents are utilized so frequently and are moved step by step that we changed the material and style to be more proper for our visitors. Be that as it may, despite everything they offer the Bedouin solace and climate. They shield us in the night from the wind. Tent fabric might be made of numerous materials including cotton (canvas), nylon, felt and polyester. Cotton ingests water, so it can turn out to be substantial when wet, however the related swelling tends to obstruct any moment gaps with the goal that wet cotton is more waterproof than dry cotton. Cotton tents were regularly treated with paraffin to upgrade water resistance. Nylon and polyester are much lighter than cotton and don't retain much water; with appropriate coatings they can be exceptionally waterproof, yet they have a tendency to fall apart after some time because of a moderate substance breakdown brought on by bright light. The most well-known medications to make fabric waterproof are silicone impregnation or polyurethane covering. Since sewing makes little gaps in a fabric creases are frequently fixed or taped to obstruct these openings and keep the interiors of the tent waterproof, however practically speaking a precisely sewn crease can be waterproof..