Best Indoor Hammock Bed

Hammock Bed A hammock is a lightweight and easy-to-carry bedding for field activities, usually tethered to a tree with the material from which the hammock is made. Introduction According to the material of manufacture, it is divided into cloth hammoc

 

Hammock Bed
A hammock is a lightweight and easy-to-carry bedding for field activities, usually tethered to a tree with the material from which the hammock is made.
Introduction
 
According to the material of manufacture, it is divided into cloth hammocks and rope net hammocks. Cloth hammocks are usually sewn from thin canvas or nylon, and rope net hammocks are usually woven from cotton or nylon rope. Rope net hammocks are especially suitable in tropical jungles and hot summers, while cloth hammocks are more widely used and can be used in other seasons except in severe cold areas and winter. Hammocks are mainly used as sleeping tools for people's travel or leisure time.
Precautions
Rainproof: Prepare a plastic film that is slightly longer than the hammock and about two meters wide when sleeping in the wild. When it rains, place the film in the shape of "∧" on the pull line above the hammock, so that it covers the hammock, that is, it can be well protected from rain. .
Anti- mosquito bites : Prepare a piece of gauze of an appropriate size , place the gauze on one end of the camper's head in the same way as placing the film, and clamp the gauze with the hammock with clothespins to prevent mosquitoes from biting the head. Use a cotton sliver soaked in the liquid of the hammock in a circle and tie it to the rope at both ends of the hammock, or spray the hammock directly on the upper and lower ends of the rope of the hammock on the trunk to prevent ants , spiders , centipedes and other insects from crawling . into the hammock.
Of course, it would be even more beautiful to have a tent for hammocks with no bottom cloth.
Place of Origin: Pitiaosun Town, Taihe County, Fuyang City, Anhui Province. The residents of this town mainly process rope, and local farmers also make a living by processing rope. Hammocks are also one of the finished products, mainly produced on a small scale and woven by hand. Even local children under 10 know the skill of weaving.
Processing method: A strong rope of moderate thickness, with a shuttle, evenly wrap the rope on the shuttle. Then use a relatively strong rope as the rope (the rope is the one tied to the tree later), and weave it with a dead knot . If you want to make a hammock of different colors, you can wrap the ropes of two colors on two shuttles and weave them alternately. The method is similar to the weaving method of single color.
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