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How to inflate a zorb ball.

Adult supervision is required for all zorb interactive rentals. The main goal of a person helping with zorb balls is insuring the zorb balls feel like they are full of air.

Zorb balls leak tiny bits of air after each use. Air should be pumped in to the zorb ball between each rider. The attendant should make sure the person gets out of the zorb ball and insert the vaccuum pump in to the zorb ball tube/cap. Once the zorb ball is full, a new rider may enter the zorb ball and the attendant can move to the other ball.

Make sure riders in the zorb do not have rough horseplay off of the obstacle course. Playing with zorbs on hard surfaces may puncture the inflatables.

Always be on the look out for any signs of heat exhaustion. Each rider in the zorbs should not ride more than 3 to 5 minutes each, especially on hot days.

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If an inflatable collapses, exit children and check the electrical breaker. Most times the breaker will turn off from too much power. If Wind speeds exceed 15mph turn the inflatable off and exit the inflatable. Supervision is required at all times

Before renting an inflatable, call 811 to have water lines flagged. Only allow us to setup away from sprinkler lines. We are not responsible for damage to sprinkler lines, especially after staking inflatables down to the ground where you ask.

Gate entrances must be 3.5ft wide or larger for most inflatables. We are not responsible for damage to gates that are severely rusted or rotting during transportation of the inflatable. We are not responsible for damage to grass during transportation or normal use of an inflatable.

Updated on: 23/06/2022

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