Blast Zone Water Parks are very durable depending on how and if you care for them correctly.
Blast Zone Inflatable Water Parks are a great way for kids to burn off energy, stay cool, and, most importantly, have fun when it gets hot out. We need to keep in mind that there are a number of issues that can shorten the lifespan of your Inflatable Water Slide. Mildew, Lawnmowers and prolonged Sun Exposure are just a few enemies of your Inflatable Water Park.
Below we will mention how to properly care for your Inflatable Water Park, Inflatable Water Park Maintenance and Inflatable Water Park Troubleshooting, to help you get the most out of your Blast Zone Inflatable.
How to properly store your Blast Zone Water Park
First and Foremost, store your Water Park completely dry after each use. Do not leave or store it wet as this can cause mildew in certain climates. Also, do not leave it outside in the sun while not in use as this can corrode the material.
Drying your Water Park: If possible, while inflated, tip the Inflatable towards the pool 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 splash 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.
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 want to look through the outlet tube to see if there is any visible moisture inside that will need to be removed.
Caring for your Blast Zone water Park
Blast Zone Water Parks require little maintenance aside from cleaning. Most mild cleaning products are acceptable for Cleaning your Inflatable Water Park, but we always recommend this highly efficient combination of Soap and Water.
For safety reasons, we also recommend inspecting your Blast Zone Inflatable for damage or areas of failure before each use. If a failure is detected, you may repair your Inflatable using the repair guide.
Blast Zone Inflatable Water Park Troubleshooting
What if I see Bubbles escaping from my Inflatable Water Park? Don’t worry! This is Normal!
What if I hear air escaping/whistling?
Don’t worry! This is also normal!
My sprayers are not working.
Sometimes dirt and debris from your hose may clog the sprayer system. If this happens, detach the sprayer system from the hose and Inflatable Water Park, and blow forcefully into each sprayer until you dislodge the blockage, pushing it all the way out the end of the hose assembly.
I feel my Inflatable Water Park wastes water.
Blast Zone Inflatable Water Parks are not designed as sealed pools. To function, the park only needs enough flow to lubricate the slides so kids can go down easily. While Blast Zone sprayer systems are equipped with in-line flow restriction, you may also turn your hose down to a level that is comfortable for your intended use.
There’s Water trapped inside my Inflatable Water Park.
Blast Zone Inflatable Water Parks and Slides are designed in a fashion where it is nearly impossible for water to enter the body of the Inflatable. However, if water somehow becomes trapped, empty the pool using the guide above, and with the inflatable running and the deflation tube open, tilt it in a fashion so any trapped water exits via the deflation tube.
My Sprayer system has come apart and I can’t get it back together.
Occasionally a sprayer system will separate, especially if it becomes blocked with debris from the garden hose. You can typically repair it with simple insert fittings from the hardware store.
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