We have put together a number of tips and tricks for caring for your Bluewater Camper Trailer canvas. We have also covered what you should do in the event that your canvas has persistent mold or mildew. Whether you have an older model Bluewater Camper or have just purchased one we encourage you to follow the below to ensure the longevity of the canvas and to avoid the breakdown of the waterproofing/water repellency.
To ensure the water repellency is fully retained after the canvas has endured continuous outdoor exposure or been cleaned extensively, the canvas should be reproofed with a water repellent compounds. Bradmill Outdoor Fabrics’ water based BrellaProof and BrellaGuard reproofing compounds are recommended for this purpose. Application of BradProof will impart water proofing and fungal resistance whilst application of BrellaGuard will impart water and oil repellency.
Please note: BrellaGuard dries clear and application will therefore not change shade. BradProof however dries to a slightly milky colour and application may affect fabric appearance.
Use of White King as mildew remover:
White King is a bleaching and cleansing agent which is effective in removing mildew growth on canvas and killing mildew spores.