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How to Clean a Bounce House

Cleaning your bounce house may sound like a chore, but it is necessary for your kids play healthy in a clean environment. The owner's manual has some good information about maintaining a bounce house as well as how to clean a bounce house, so you should review the maunal for more information.


The best method for cleaning your bounce house is to take a wet cloth over the areas you want to clean. Put a detergent soap on another wet cloth gently rub on the area. After that, gently wash the area again with your original wet cloth. Repeat process until the bounce house is clean. This is a delicate product so never try to hose it down like a car or other object. Treat it gently and you will be rewarded with long-lasting use.


If your bounce house gets wet, then continue to let the blower inflate the bounce house because the constant airflow provided by the blower will dry it from the inside.


In order to get the maximum life out of your inflatable water park or bounce house, follow these simple care instructions.

  • Never leave your bounce house outside. Weather will corrode materials.
  • Drain all water from water parks, and allow the water park to run empty, in order for the blower to dry all water from inside materials.
  • Never drag the inflatable across concrete, sharp objects, etc.
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