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Taking Care Of Your Little Bopper Bounce House

By Richard Allen

The Little Bopper is one of the most popular bounce houses (also known as “bouncy houses”) available for sale or rental. However, in order to guarantee that the Little Bopper stays in good condition, there are several steps you must take in order to preserve your bounce house for as long as possible.

Inclement weather can lead to trouble for your bounce house if not prepared for properly. You should never use your Little Bopper bounce house in the event or rain, snow or hail. Allowing your bounce house to become wet for a prolonged period of time will cause mold to grow on the material, leading to quick deterioration; your bounce house may eventually fall apart without hope of repair. However, we all know that sometimes, weather can strike without warning. If it begins to rain or snow while your Little Bopper is in use, evacuate and deflate the bounce house immediately. After a complete deflation, take the Little Bopper bounce house to a dry location, shake until dry, wipe it down with a towel or other soft cloth, and then re-inflate once the poor weather has stopped. Re-inflation helps to dry the Little Bopper and is key to preventing a bounce house breakdown!

Leaving your Little Bopper bounce house outside under the sun’s rays can be just as damaging as leaving it outside during a rainstorm or blizzard. If the bounce house were to be deflated and left outside overnight, or left outside all day long, the sun’s UV rays will weaken the bounce house’s material and cause it to rip or tear when inflated and used once again. Always deflate your Little Bopper bounce house once play time is completed and store the bounce house in a safe, dry location to prevent deterioration.

The cleaning and repairing processes are vital to your Little Bopper’s endurance. As mentioned, washing the bounce house prevents bacteria and mold from forming. When washing your Little Bopper, use soft cloth to prevent scraping the material, in addition to using simple soap and water during a wash: any form of strong chemical may have an adverse effect on the bounce house’s material. Repairing rips or holes in the Little Bopper bounce house can be achieved easily. Begin by cutting a patch large enough to cover the tear. Apply glue to both the material and the patch. Place the patch over the tear: using a needle and tough thread, sew the patch onto the bounce house. Let the glue dry before inflating again.

The Little Bopper is designed for use by a maximum of two (2) children, aged 3-6, each no bigger than 4 ft. and 75 lbs. Allowing more than two children into the Little Bopper can lead to cramped spaces, which lead to certain collision and injury. Exceeding the maximum weight guidelines can cause the bounce house to break open, tear, or rip, and frequent repair to your Little Bopper will only weaken the product. In order to prevent injury to your Little Bopper or its users, please follow the safety guidelines as mentioned.

In addition, do not bring shoes, glasses, jewelry, or other potentially sharp objects into your Little Bopper to ensure your bounce house will be safe from damage. Have fun, and be safe!

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