Safety Rules & Operating Instructions
The inflatable must be supervised at all times by a designated operator who is responsible for the safe operation of the inflatable and enforcing the following rules:
Sort riders by size and weight.
No shoes, eyeglasses, belts, jewelry, or any sharp objects.
NO USING SILLY STRING OR CONFETTI ON, NEAR, OR IN THE INFLATABLE!!!
No food, drinks, candy, gum, animals, toys, trinkets, or other objects.
No putting baby oil, soap, or any other substances on the inflatable.
No putting water on dry-use inflatables.
No climbing on (or bouncing against) the walls, bumpers, roof, or netting.
No flips, diving, piling, wrestling, drop kicks, rough play, or bodily contact of any kind.
No running or jumping onto or off of the inflatable. No playing on the entrance step.
No jumping, diving, or flipping down the slide. No climbing on or running up the slide. Riders must go down feet-first in a seated position, one-at-a-time.
Do not slide down until the landing area is clear of other riders.
No riders who are under 3 years old, pregnant, physically or mentally impaired, under the influence of drugs or alcohol, or have a medical condition that would prevent participation.
No moving or altering the inflatable, the anchoring system, or any of it's accessories.
Spectators and waiting riders must stay back at least 3 feet from the inflatable.
Maximum Occupancy & Weight Limits
Unless otherwise posted on the inflatable, maximum occupancy is as follows: Bounce Houses: 10, Slides: 3, Combos: 6, Obstacle Courses: 4. The weight limit is 200 pounds per person.
If the inflatable starts to loose air, instruct the children sit down. For slides, have the children slide down or climb down the ladder if less than half way up. Assist the children in exiting. Some inflatables have emergency exits or detachable roofs.
It is important to walk around and check the inflatable every 30 minutes. Make sure the blower motor remains securely attached and operating properly, the blower tube is not kinked, the anchoring straps and stakes are secure, and the GFI outlet remains operational.
Bad Weather Procedures:
It is not safe to operate the inflatable when there is rain, lighting, thunder, or winds in excess 20 MPH. Remove riders and deflate the unit by unplugging the blower and opening all zippers.
Water Slide Deflation
If you deflate a water slide, you must first turn the water off and empty the pool! Failure to do this will flood your yard and result in extra charges for additional labor and equipment required to pick up a slide that's full of water.