Tent weights

Keep your tent stable and secure with high-quality tent weights. Explore top ideas for choosing the best tent weights to ensure a worry-free camping experience.
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How to make weights for your tent for less than $30

These are the finished product! Component #1 Component #2 Component #4 Last year I posted these instructions, thought they might be of interest to some of our newer members, or some who missed it the first time. Here's what I used: 1 10" piece of 4" schedule 40 PVC, cut into 4 equal pieces 2 80# bags of Sackrete. 8 test caps, 4 with 3/8" holes in top 4 eyebolts, 3/8" diameter, 8" long, with nuts (add washers if you wish) After you cut the pipe into 4 pieces, put the test caps in one end and…

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Suzy Q
Great Tent Weight Tutorial (to keep a show tent from blowing away) from UnaOdd Event Booth Setup, Canopy Weights, Art Fair Booth, Art Booth, Tent Weights, Craft Show Booths, Pottery Display, Craft Booth Display, Vendor Displays

Weighting it Down

Your show tent that is! When doing an outdoor show with a tent weights are pretty much a necessity. Unless you want your tent to become airborne - possibly ruining your work, other people's work and risking injury to yourself and others, weight your tent! There are a lot of options out there for weighting the legs of your tent. Some people purchase tent weight bags or make their own with sand. Others haul empty water cooler bottles that they fill with water. Since I wasn't sure that water…

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Prevent craft show disaster with the right tent weights. It's surprising how little wind it take to send a craft tent flying. That's why most craft fair organizers require vendors to secure their tents with weights. Here's how to anchor your craft canopy with DIY or store-bought weights. Pvc Tent, Market Tent, Canopy Weights, Tent Weights, Portable Canopy, Craft Show Booths, Craft Show Booth, Pvc Pipe Crafts, Diy Tent

Tent Weights to Anchor Your Craft Canopy

Prevent craft show disaster with the right tent weights. It's surprising how little wind it take to send a craft tent flying. That's why most craft fair organizers require vendors to secure their tents with weights. Here's how to anchor your craft canopy with DIY or store-bought weights.

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Tutorial: PVC Tent Weights

This post first appeared in March of 2009. Tent weights are such an important item we are running this post once again. Thanks Nordea for this great tutorial. ed There are many must-haves for vending at an outdoor market. A tent is one of them, especially during the uncertain weather that comes in March and April. New Yorkers got such a surprise last week after waking up to snow on the first day of Spring! Weighing down the tent is so important. Last year, I used various methods to anchor my…

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Stephanie Wortham-Johnson
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3 Ways to Hold Down a Canopy Tent on Concrete

Staking your favorite canopy tent into the grass is an easy task. But if you need to assemble your tent on concrete, you'll have to figure out how to weigh it down so the canopy doesn't blow away. Fortunately, you have multiple options for...

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How to make weights for your tent for less than $30

These are the finished product! Component #1 Component #2 Component #4 Last year I posted these instructions, thought they might be of interest to some of our newer members, or some who missed it the first time. Here's what I used: 1 10" piece of 4" schedule 40 PVC, cut into 4 equal pieces 2 80# bags of Sackrete. 8 test caps, 4 with 3/8" holes in top 4 eyebolts, 3/8" diameter, 8" long, with nuts (add washers if you wish) After you cut the pipe into 4 pieces, put the test caps in one end and…

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Christy Daughtrey