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Expos:

admin@wowfactorattractions.com

Call or text 858-900-2006

Events: 

events@wowfactorattractions.com

Call or text 858-519-6196 

Sales and Design:

sales@wowfactorattractions.com 

Safety

Always our top priority.

Certificates

Inflatables

All inflatables have passed NFPA 701, EN71-1-2-3, EN14960, BS EN 14115-2002, EN-15649, CPAI-84,

California title 19-certified. Lead free certification.

Blowers

CE/UL/CCC

Quality control

1. Material: High durability NFPA 701 fire-retardant PVC Tarpaulin which has 3 layers, two coated side with a strong net inside.

All inflatables have CE certificate and FR tear stop nylon which is with certificate of  BS EN 14115-2002.

2. Reinforced stitching: double stitching, with fourfold stitching at bottom stress point, in order to make sure the inflatables are strong.

3. Printing: We do all our own printing with a high quality printer, so we can ensure the quality (not sticky, won’t fade) and more cost effective.

4. Anchor points on the bottom for fixing the inflatable.

5. Testing: all inflatables are tested before packing.

Printing

Safety Guidelines/Logo/ Banner/web site /phone/company name/custom images

 

Safety Guidelines for Staff Members

  • Staff must complete WFA safety program and manual.

  • Equipment must be inspected at the start of each day and logged in the provided inspection sheets.

  • Equipment must be cleaned regularly especially the areas that come into direct contact with the children.

  • Never compromise or neglect any safety precaution or procedure when setting up the inflatable, no matter how small it is. 

  • Pay special attention to the anchoring methods stated in the manual to prevent the house being blown away in mild winds.

  • Stake all safety anchors.

  • Place padding by entrances and exits of bouncies and slides.

  • Do not set it up near trees or branches or any other place where the child go fall and seriously injure himself.

  • ​Always tell the kids to take off their shoes, glass or any type of jewelry, which could damage the bounce house and hurt the other kids.

  • ​If you see any of the kids with a sharp object in their pockets - for example, a pencil or a pen, a set of keys, etc. tell them to empty everything before stepping inside the bouncing house.

  • Make sure to pair the kids with other children who have the same weight and body type - pairing your children with older kids can result in injuries as a result of pulling or pushing whenever your kids collide with a bigger kid.

  • ​Refrain from allowing an adult or kid that is bigger than the weight of the inflatable castle or its height. If the manual says NO ADULTS, it means NO ADULTS.

  • Make sure the kids don't take anything to eat inside the bounce castle. Check them for bottles, plates, spoons, forks, and glasses.

  • Tell the children not to push other kids off the bouncing house slide. There shouldn’t be any pushing at all. If the product is walled - ask your kids not to jump from those walls.

  • Select an area to inflate the bounce house where you know you will be able to keep an eye on the kids. If you see that you can't, deflate the product and set it up somewhere with clear visibility.

  • Always follow the instruction pertaining to the total limit of children that can play inside the bounce house. If the manual say 'no more than 6 kids at a time', then don't try to squeeze in a seventh kid.

  • It is important to instruct the kids no to ever attempt and climb the walls of the bounce house. The kid could easily flip and land on the pavement below badly injuring himself.

Overall, these are some very important guidelines and tips to keep children safe and protected on the inflatables.

Have fun, but never compromise on the safety of the children.

Additional Information:

Need to apply a vinyl patch?

As you use your inflatable, situations may occur that require you to temporarily patch your inflatable. While some vinyl with visible cross-weaving will allow you to sew the tear with strong polyester thread, this is not advisable for most smooth vinyl as the material around the original tear will pull apart causing an even bigger hole. So, what is the best way to patch the tear?

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1)  Keep the bounce house inflated so the damaged area is smooth. Clean the area thoroughly with rubbing alchohol. Let dry.

 

2) You will need a patch of smooth vinyl material, preferrably the same material weight and color as your inflatable. If you purchased your inflatable from us, you will have received a patch kit with appropriate colored vinyls. If you ordered from a company that did not include this, contact the manufacturer.

 

3) Cut the patch a little bigger than the tear with rounded edges. Apply a thin later of the provided vinyl repair glue (included in the patch kit) to the area around the tear and apply the same adhesive to the patch, covering all the edges.

 

4) Apply the patch and compress onto the affected area, smooth it down, and let it dry for at least 2 hours before using or deflating the inflatable.