||Tent Stove Jack
|| Silicone Fiberglass Fabric
Why Choose OneTigris Tent Stove Jack?
Designed for the SMOKEY HUT, WILD HAVEN, and IRON WALL Chimney Tents, measuring at 9” by 7.8” and constructed from highly fire resistant silicone fiberglass material, this stove jack will keep your use of hot flue pipes safe and secure.
OneTigris Tent Stove Jack
l Silicone fiberglass material that is highly fire retardant (up to 572°F/300°C)
l Designed specifically for OneTigris chimney tents to fit hot flue pipes
l Grade A hook-and-loop fasteners for heightened security and usability
l Quality craftsmanship to effectively prevent fire hazards in the outdoors
1. This product is fire resistant; NOT fireproof.
2. Always take caution when starting fires in the outdoors to keep yourself and the campsite safe from fire hazards!
Material: Silicone Fiberglass Fabric
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WHY CHOOSE ONETIGRIS
OneTigris is a team of young hearts & lovers of life. Our mission is to empower you with motivation & quality gear to do more & go further. Got gear ideas, stories or dreams? Connect, reach out, inspire OneTigris. YOU are everything this brand stands for.
Careful and consistent care of your OneTigris products will ensure its optimal conditions and longer lifetime. Here are some basic cleaning tips for backpacks, pouches, gear and dog vests
▪DIRT REMOVAL - After usage, remove any visible dirt with a soft brush.
▪ZIPPER CARE - Use mild soap, water and a soft brush to clean zippers.
▪STAINS - Use mild detergents, water, and a soft brush or sponge to wipe/scrub off stains.
▪SOAP RESIDUE - Use a wet towel with clean water to wipe away any soap residue.
▪DRYING - Hang item outdoors or in a well-ventilated area. AVOID DIRECT SUNLIGHT.
▪REGULAR CLEANING of snap fasteners and D-rings is also very important. After each usage, take a dry cloth to wipe clean metal surfaces; should signs of material oxidation occur, use a small amount of toothpaste to gently cleanse the surface.
▪VELCRO LINT - Once a month, use a line roller, duct tape, lint brush, toothbrush, or a tape dispenser's cutter to tape/scrape the fastener clean. Doing this will keep debris from getting excessively embedded, which is more difficult to remove than surface lint. Before placing your gear in the laundry machine, fasten the hook-and-loop fastener together. Spray the hook-and-loop fastener with anti-static spray after washing.