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How to Store Water Parks
The material used to make your inflatable has a permeable membrane required for proper use of the continuous airflow that keeps your bouncer inflated, as well as seams that allow air to escape. Naturally, some water may start to build up inside of the water slides and parks. To evacuate most of the water, please follow the below instructions, every time the inflatable is used:
DISCONTINUE USE OF THE PRODUCT
DRAIN WATER FROM MAIN POOL
If possible tip inflatable, while inflated, so all the water runs out of the pool. It may be easiest to drain most of the water out of the pool by simply stepping on the pool wall at the lowest point with your foot, and allowing water to run out.
If this is impossible, shut off the blower, and allow the unit to deflate to drain.
Once all the water is out of the main pool, re-inflate it, and tie off any air outlets.
Dry the Product from the inside-out.
Identify if any substantial amount of water is inside the main inflated bladder.
If Substantial water is NOT inside (typical use):
After draining the pool, re-inflate the product, and tie all outlets shut. Allow the product to run until the material is visibly dry, and no further bubbles appear on the seams.
Open the small outlet tube, and continue to let air circulate through the product until it is dry inside. You may look through the outlet tube to see if there is any visible moisture inside.
If substantial water IS inside the inflated bladder:
Leave the motor running, and with two adults, guide the water inside the product toward the open outlet tube.
Water may encounter a series of membranes it will have to "bleed" through, which can make this process take time.
Once the majority of the water has been evacuated through the outlet tube, allow the product to continue running until dry.
In order to avoid water inside the bladder, arrange the product when in use to the font pool wall is downhill and water does not pool against the main bladder.
Article ID: 4
Created: June 17, 2011 at 2:23 PM
Modified: July 20, 2012 at 9:11 AM
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