What do you do if your bouncy castle gets wet?

What do you do if your bouncy castle gets wet?

What do you do if your bouncy castle gets wet?

Let your customers know that the moment it starts to rain, they must:

  1. Get children off the jumping castle;
  2. Wait for the rain to stop;
  3. Wipe the inflatable with a towel to dry it out;
  4. And let children back on it when it is dry.

Are bouncy castles waterproof?

How To Ensure The Rain Does NOT Spoil The Bouncy Castle Party! One of the biggest problems with hiring bouncy castles outdoors in temperate climates (such as the UK) is the unpredictable weather. ... Most bouncy castles have rain-covers or shower covers, but in prolonged heavy rain these tend to prove inadequate.

What can I use instead of a bouncy castle?

Inflatable slide hire Our inflatable slides are a really great alternative to a full bouncy castle if you're still looking for something fun and inflatable that can provide endless hours of entertainment for your guests.

How long does it take for a bouncy castle to dry out?

The bounce house will need to be set up to air and sun dry for 4 to 6 hours. When letting it air dry, make sure and remove any standing water and partially open the zipper holes.

Do bouncy castles use a lot of electricity?

The simple answer to this is YES! Bouncy castles are powered by an electric fan which constantly pumps air into the inflatable with excess air leaving via the seams. There are however 2 types of "inflatables" available, they are called "sealed air units" and "continuous flow units".

Do bouncy castles need to be on grass?

Bouncy castles and inflatables can go on any area as long as it is grass and on a flat area. As all bouncy castles are different shapes and sizes, you need to make sure that you measure the area, making sure the measurements include safe space around the castle.

How do you protect a bouncy castle?

Here's our best advice for keeping your bouncy castles clean:

  1. Spray down after us. ...
  2. Safely store your inflatable. ...
  3. Use groundsheets. ...
  4. Avoid using on rainy days. ...
  5. Ensure repairs are fixed. ...
  6. Alternatively, get it professionaly cleaned.

Can you put bouncy castles inside?

Yes, most of our bouncy castles and inflatables can be used indoors. Sand bags are used to hold the bouncy castle down. The only thing you may want to check is the height of your venue, as well as the width and length, to ensure the inflatable fits.

Can you leave bouncy castle outside?

I would recommend putting it away each time, unless maybe it was in a garage or something similar. Leaving it outside could potentially leave it open to damage, perforation, or excess wear (or theft!)

What happens if bounce house gets wet?

Though your bounce house may be fine with water, make sure your bounce house blower never gets wet. Your bounce house is completely worthless without the blower to keep it inflated and water can absolutely ruin your blower.

What to do if bouncy castle gets wet?

When the bouncy castle gets very wet the children cannot use it for safety reasons, and if it has hardly been used, the customer may ask for a discount or even a full refund. Most bouncy castles have rain-covers or shower covers, but in prolonged heavy rain these tend to prove inadequate.

How many anchor points do you need for a bouncy castle?

When using the inflatable outside, all the anchor points must be used, with metal ground stakes at least 380 mm long and 16 mm wide, with a rounded top. They should have a welded metal 'O' or 'D' ring fitted to the end All inflatables must have at least 6 anchor points.

Are there any jumping castles in Perth Australia?

We have the latest licensed Disney jumping castles and largest range of brand new bouncy castles for Kids parties, Teenagers and Adult parties in selected suburbs in Perth, Western Australia. We make it “too easy” for you.

Is there a jumping castle in soxon wa?

DONT STRESS Soxon Jumping Castles are sure to have the perfect jumping castle for you! Our awesome E or ES Combo Jumping Castles are perfect for Estate Properties & Small Backyards! We operate in accordance with OSH Regulations (WA) 1996 4.52 and AS3533 - 1997/AS3533.4-2005. All our bouncy castles have built in rain and sun covers.

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