This is definitely not a major issue in the event that you are setting up your tent on delicate pine needles constantly, however on Wall Tent the off chance that you resemble me and set up on The Canadian Shield, which is exposed rock bedrock, at that point your tent ought to have an “impression”.
To secure the tent floor most top of the line tents have an impression. An impression is a discretionary waterproof ground fabric that you can spread out under the tent to secure your floor. It is less demanding to hurl away the impression as it gets worn than to supplant or fix the floor. On the off chance that your specific tent does not offer that choice you can likely discover one for another tent that will suite your tent.
In a perfect world the impression ought to be a touch littler than the tent floor. The reason it is littler than the floor is, if dampness kept running down the side of the tent or the fly and trickled onto the impression it would then likely stream under the tent. You could finish up with water directly under your floor. You don’t need water jumping over the impression. Water streaming off your tent needs to stream to the ground where it is consumed or far from the tent in the event that it is shake. Never set your tent up in a gut or plunge in the ground. Ensure the stream lines are far from the tent however much as could reasonably be expected when you pick a campground.
On the off chance that you have a more seasoned tent and the floor is beginning to permit dampness through the floor or the creases, or you need to make due with what you have, get a ground sheet that is bigger than the tent. Put it within your tent and have it sufficiently huge to go up the dividers a little on all sides. That is your bowl. When absolutely necessary even a vinyl shower drape can be utilized along these lines. It likewise shields your floor from further wear.