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How to prepare for a water slide.
First make sure there is a water hose nearby where the inflatable will be setup. If your inflatable is wet/dry a misting hose should be attached to the inflatable. We will attach your water hose to our misting hose once any pools are filled up. You are responsible for providing a water source and water hose to all inflatables you rent from us. If you are renting more than one inflatable, you may need a splitter to get each water hose to the designated water slide. Inflatable sometimes must be
Do I need to provide my own water hose?
Yes. For water slides and dunk tanks we require you to supply a water hose and water source to where your rental will be located. We provide a misting hose over the slide which can be connected to your water hose. Parks: Please note that parks often do not allow their water hoses to be used for water slides and dunk tanks. You may need to get prior approval before relying on public water. If you have general questions we are available for chat 24hrs a day. Call us at [(281) 606-5867](tel:2816
Will my grass get damaged renting a wet slide?
Your grass should not be damaged due to simply renting a water slide, but you should take precautions to ensure there is no lasting changes. Here's a few steps you can take to ensure your grass stays in tip top shape: Only leave your water hose on for the misting hose during the time that kids will be playing on the water slide. You do not need to have it on full blast for the slides to be slippery. Running the water hose for 8 to 12 hours will mean water filling your backyard increasing th