So, you've planned an entire event, bought your Crossover bounce house, and everything is ready to go. There's just one issue: how do you get the bounce house set up to begin with, and broken down when you're wrapping things up? Fortunately, it's a very simple process as long as you know what you're doing. To help you out, we've put together a few of the top tips for safely inflating and deflating your Crossover Bounce House!
1. Find a Flat Surface---
Mold and Mildew: The Silent Killers of Bounce Houses
There aren’t many things as awful for a bounce house or other inflatable as moisture. When left unattended, moisture can cause the dangerous buildup of mildew and mold. And mold and mildew can cause very serious damage that's best to avoid entirely. So it’s important for every inflatable owner to know how to clean mold off a ---
Bounce House Damage is Scary, But Fixing it is Easy
At some point, your bounce house is going to suffer damage. Maybe it’ll be an accident, or maybe it’ll just be general wear and tear. But at some point, hopefully long after you’ve brought it home, it’s going to happen. And knowing how to patch a bounce house is going to be a lifesaver when that unfortunate day arrives.
Thankfully, patching a bounce house---
Winter is Coming, and Storing Inflatables Correctly is Important
Depending on where in the country you live, bounce houses and other inflatables can be used for most of the year without a problem. But once water starts freezing,---
Knowing How to Deflate a Bounce House Matters
You got your bounce house set up and operational without a hitch. Everyone’s had a blast and enjoyed the bounce house thoroughly. But now it’s the end of the day, and a question arises. Do you know how to deflate a bounce house the right way?
Spring is Almost Here. Are You Planning for Summer Yet?
As the winter weather begins to fade, you might find yourself thinking about getting your bounce house out of storage. Let’s discuss getting inflatables out of the garage and into the sun again.
Most people probably know it’s nearly spring based on the calendar—it starts March 19th this year, on the vernal---