This guide will cover all you need to know about your Trekway self-inflating mat, including repairs, cleaning, storage, and inflation time. So let’s dive in and ensure you get the most out of your camping experience!
Accidents can, and unfortunately, do sometimes happen. With this in mind, your Trekway self-inflating mat comes with a repair kit and valve cap to address any mishaps. If you notice a small hole in your mat, here’s how you can fix it:
To find small holes, inflate the mat, pour cold water and watch for escaping air bubbles.
They include a repair kit and valve cap free with your mat.
Apply adhesive and patch. Make sure that your mat is completely dry before you apply the adhesive and patch. Make sure it rounds the corners of the patch off.
To keep your Trekway self-inflating mat in top condition, regular cleaning is essential. Follow these simple steps to clean your mat effectively:
Prepare a cleaning solution: Mix a mild detergent with warm water in a container.
Use a soft brush: Dip a soft brush into the cleaning solution and gently scrub the surface of the mat.
Rinse thoroughly: After cleaning, rinse the mat with clean water to remove any detergent residue.
Dry completely: Ensure the mat is completely dry before storing to prevent mildew growth.
Proper storage of your Trekway self-inflating mat is crucial for its longevity. Follow these guidelines to store your mat correctly:
Keep the valve open: Leave the valve(s) open during storage to allow air to escape and prevent pressure on the laminating bond.
Ensure dryness: Before storing, ensure that your mat is completely dry to prevent the formation of mildew.
Inflating your mat right will ensure you get a comfortable nights sleep. Here’s how:
Begin by opening the valve(s) and allowing air to enter the mattress.
Initial inflation: For optimal performance, we recommend to leave your mat inflating overnight before its first use. This allows the foam to expand fully, making future inflations and deflations quicker.
Inflate the mat to your desired comfort level and adjust the valve(s) as needed. Close the valve(s) gently until the mat feels firm—avoid over-tightening.
Deflation process: To deflate the mat, open the valve(s) and roll it to expel the air. Close the valve(s) and unroll the mattress, pushing any remaining air towards the closed valve(s). Open the valve(s) again to let the air escape, then close the valve to compress the mat.
Deflating your Trekway Self-Inflating Mat:
After a restful night’s sleep on your Trekway self-inflating mat, it’s time to pack up and move on to your next adventure. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to deflate your mat properly:
Open the valve(s): Begin by opening the valve(s) to release the air trapped inside the mat. This step allows for an easier deflation process.
Roll the mat to expel the air: Starting from one end, roll the mat tightly towards the valve(s) end. As you roll, it will force the air inside the mat out through the open valve(s). Continue rolling until you reach the end of the mat.
Close the valve(s): Once the mat is fully rolled and the air has been expelled, close the valve(s) tightly to prevent any air from re-entering the mat.
Unroll and re-roll: Unroll the mat and then re-roll it, this time pushing any remaining air towards the closed valve(s). This additional step helps ensure that all the air is removed from the mat.
Open the valve(s) again: Open the valve(s) one more time to allow any remaining trapped air to escape. This final release of air will help compress the mat further.
Close the valve(s) to compress the mat: Once all the air has escaped, close the valve(s) securely to keep the mat compressed and compact for storage.
Your Supex self-inflating mat has a two-year warranty from the date of purchase against defects in workmanship or materials. You can reach us at (02) 4823 6001 or via email at email@example.com.
In the unlikely event that a defect arises during the warranty period, Supex Products will repair or replace the mat at our discretion. Warranty does not cover damages from accidents, misuse, neglect, abuse, storms, unauthorised repairs, or acts of God.
To ensure the longevity of your Trekway self-inflating mat, there are a few additional precautions to keep in mind. Avoid exposing your mat to excessive temperatures caused by direct sunlight or heat inside a car, campervan, 4WD, or tent. These conditions can lead to delamination on the seams and surface due to air expansion. Always leave the valves open when the mat is not in use to allow air inside to escape, especially when heated.
Furthermore, it’s crucial to avoid placing hot mugs or plates directly onto the surface of your mat. This can cause delamination of the bonding to the foam. Failure to comply with these instructions may automatically void the warranty of the mat.
Ready to enhance your camping experience with the ultimate comfort of a Trekway self-inflating mat? Find your nearest Supex Products Stockist today and get your hands on this camping essential.