Back From Hunting? Time To Clean Your Truck Cover

While a truck cover can be a great purchase, these covers can also get very dirty very quickly. After all, the cover is constantly being exposed to the elements. Sooner or later, the cover is going to get so dirty that it’s going to have a negative impact on the appearance of your vehicle.

Thankfully, it’s not too difficult to clean a truck cover. If you follow these tips, you should be able to get the cover clean in no time.

Step One: Check The Manual

In many cases, there will be specific cleaning instructions in the manual that came with your truck cover. You can find out if there are any products you should make a point of using, and if there is anything that you should avoid.

If you’ve lost the manual, see if you can find a digital copy of it online. You should be able to download a new manual and read over the cleaning instructions.

Step Two: Do A Spot Test

Before you scrub your whole tonneau, you should do a quick spot check. Try the cleaning solution on a small area of the cover and make sure it doesn’t cause any problems.

If the cleaner you’re using appears to be damaging the cover, you can discard it right away. If it works perfectly, you can move on and clean the whole cover.

While most cleaning products don’t cause problems, it pays to show some caution. Don’t rush into anything. Take things slowly, and make sure that the cleaning solution you’re using won’t cause an issue.

Step Three: Set Up A Cleaning Schedule

While you don’t have to deep clean your cover on a regular basis, you should take a few steps to keep it in good shape. As an example, you might want to come up with some kind of basic cleaning schedule.

It’s a good idea to give your cover a quick dusting once each week. That way, you can keep dirt from building up on the cover. By the time you get around to doing a deeper cleaning, the cover will already be fairly clean.

Step Four: Upgrade If You Have To

If your tonneau cover is in seriously bad condition, it may be time to replace it. Not every mess can be easily cleaned up. If cleaning your cover is a struggle, or if your cover has tears or holes in it, you may want to go ahead and replace it.

If a cover is well cared for, it should be able to last a fairly long time. With that said, there aren’t any products out there that can last forever. There’s nothing wrong with replacing an item that is too worn out to salvage.

Now that you have read over this guide, you know how to clean a cover. You’ll be able to clean off your cover, and you’ll be able to keep it clean going forward. Having a clean cover can really make a big difference.

My Grandpa’s 5 Tips On Finding Winning Fishing Holes

Welcome to The Hunting Knife Depot and I’m glad you stopped by. This is the first update I’ve posted to this site and I wanted to share a bit of gold that my grand pappy shared with me just last week. I had heard this before, but it was good to hear it again now that I’m an adult.

  1. First, make sure you’re looking a the body of water, be it a lake or a river or stream, as a whole. It’s easy to get fixated on one location that looks great while you’re standing over it. However, if you’re not aware of your surroundings, you could be on the wrong side of the river.
  2. That brings me to the next tip. Make sure you’re on the right side of the river. If things aren’t great where you are, then move up or down the river.
  3. Test things out. Don’t sit there all day for 8 hours and cast out if you’re not getting bites. Go to where the fish are and if you’re using basic bait, then you’ll get bites.
  4. Nowadays, I take my phone out as soon as I’ve caught a fish, and I mark it on a map. There’s specific apps for just this, but you can also just use a basic Google map and star where you’re catching them. This makes it impossible to lose your fishing spot if you forget. This isn’t my grandpa’s tip, but my own tip from the modern era of hunters and fishers.
  5. And last thing. Never share your fishing holes with anybody. Aside from close family, if you share your favorite places on Facebook or wherever people like to talk, then you’ll soon find out why. People are notorious for wanting fishing tips and the best tip you can give someone is where to fish. So just avoid sharing this at all costs.