How to deflate and pack a bouncer ?

Before Deflating
1.Before breaking down any game, inspect the game for any damages and repair as necessary. Remove all accessories that may be applicable to the game. This may include items such as harnesses, backing plates, bungee cords, etc… Be sure to use a quality broom and sweep the surface of the game free of any debris. Check to make sure that no sharp objects have fallen into the seams of the game, i.e. pens, rocks, etc. also make sure the game is dry, if not, please dry the game.
2.Buckle any plastic snaps to reduce the possibility of entanglement in the mesh. If the unit steps attached to it, we highly recommend removing the steps and rolling them separately. This is to ensure the life span and quality of the steps.
3.Turn off and unplug the blower fan. As the game begins to deflate, go around and unlock the strap that secures the blower tube to the blower. Unhook the strap on the other blower tube to allow air to escape. If the unit has zippers. Unzip the zipper to speed up the deflation process.
4.Pull out the stakes around the unit and pack them up.
5.Walk from front to back of the unit to move any remaining air towards the blower tubes.
6.Fold in the base of the unit all the way around and walk around the unit to remove any air.
7.Now make two half folds to the middle and walk around to remove any air.
8.Fold in the half folds and again walk around removing any remaining air. You are ready to roll!
9.Prior to rolling the game, make sure that there is no excessive air and the fold is firm. Start your roll from the front of the unit and roll it up like a sleeping bag. Keep pushing and flattening the roll as you go. You may also want to have someone walk on the roll in front of you.
10.At the end of the roll, the blower tubes must be on the outside. Slide the straps under the unit and then run the end of the straps through the rings on the other end of the straps, pull tight. Loop the end of the strap around and tie a tight slipknot.
Storing the Game
11.Place the storage bag over the end of the game and work it down as far as you can. It is important
12.At you work the bottom of the bag down to the top of the roll. Rotate the game 180 degrees and pull the bag over the top of the game/ Tie the bag closed.Use a two wheel dolly to transport the unit, blower and accessories. Now you are ready to pack up and leave.

Written by Doris from East Inflatables.

One thought on “How to deflate and pack a bouncer ?

  1. George Post author

    I bought two inflatables from East Inflatables, a C4 combo and a bounce house. These were my first new inflatables I bought back when I was starting out, I was 25 and could not afford to buy the same units from a US Manufacturer. With limited budget, their sales suggest us to purchase module units with extra art panels to fit the bouncers, that’s really a good idea, it turn 1 bouncer to be more, they also have C4 Module Combo, 5 in 1 Module Combo art panels available, my clients like this great design, we got good reviews after so many rentals with Module Bouncers, they can change the theme to fit their party. I now have 20 inflatables and all were bought from them.
    We recommend the new ones considering purchase module line inflatables with detachable art panels, this is an economic way to make money. Hope this simple review will help you in someway.


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