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How to Repair a Tear in a Bounce House

Repair is indeed possible for a bounce house. A traditional method to repair a bounce house is to sew the tear or hole with strong thread. However because most materials have an uneven number of threads in each direction, it can easily tear again after several use.

Bounce House offers an easy and dependable solution. You may purchase a Tear-Aids Repair Kit which can easily repair a minor tear. So, you don't have to know how to sow, you can just use the Tear-Aid repair Kit! With this product, your tear will be like it was never there in the first place! It can repair holes and tears instantly!

How to Repair a Tear in a Bounce House


In order to prevent any damage to your bounce house, please glance at our Bounce House Safety Guide.

To learn traditional way to repair a tear in a bounce house, please follow the steps below:

1. Make sure you cut out a patch that is larger than the tear or puncture.

2. The patch should be cut in the shape of a circle or have rounded edges so that it won't peel.

3. The area should be properly cleaned. Rubbing alcohol is a great cleaning liquid to clean a torn surface.

4. Vinyl/Nylon- apply the adhesive or glue on the back of the patch and press it firmly against the puncture to obtain proper bonding between the patch and the surface.

PVC- Sew the tear or hole with a patch with strong thread.

5. DO NOT inflate the Bounce house for at least 2 hours once the repair is finished.

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