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10 Best Tips for Maintaining an Indoor Playground Park

Updated:2020-03-13 10:42:05
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Maintaining an indoor playground or trampoline park is the key to the success of your park business. If you pay close attention to the playground structure, you can keep your customers safe. In addition, the material has a longer life and you will never miss unnecessary turnover because you have to temporarily close the park or part of the park. But how to best maintain the structure of indoor playground or trampoline park? Below you can find 10 maintenance tips park maintenance. 


10 best tips for maintaining an indoor playground Park

1. Make a plan

Successfully maintaining your playground begins with a plan. Identify the elements available for your park. Then identify what needs to be maintained daily, monthly, and annually. Knowing this, you can decide what activities you can do, which tasks are left to employees, and which tasks are outsourced to experts.

 

2. Check your indoor playground daily

Start your work day with a check-up or have an experienced employee involved in this routine. In such a daily inspection, you need to check the condition of all playground equipment in the park. This prevents small defects from becoming expensive repairs or having to replace complete parts. Is the net still the same? Is the pipe cover ok? And does the trampoline still have all its springs?

 

3. ... and monthly

Check the connections of the rides monthly. Most of them are hidden under the cover of the elements and are therefore visually hidden. Also check that the sidewalks in the structure are complete and that the net is still installed correctly. Finally, check that the connections in the slides are correct and that the hanging game elements are fixed in a way that won't pinch your fingers.  

 

4. Invest in training and learn to tie knots

Nets are among the most easy-worn elements in indoor playgrounds or trampoline parks, however they play a very important role in ensuring the safety of visitors. So invest in expertise and learn how to make the right knots. 


 5. Soap water is good enough to clean

Why make it harder when you have a simple way? To make your park equipment clear of dirt, you only need a bucket of soap water, or you can go to supermarket and buy standard multi-purpose detergent, no need to buy any expensive chemical cleaners. Wipe all areas within your reach with a wet cloth, then you will again have a neat park. 

 


6. Tubes and slides cleaning

Method for tubes and slides cleaning is different from the above. No detergent required, only need to clean them with a wet cloth and then dry them. If the humidity in your location is too high, a special silicone spray can be used in case that tubes and slides in indoor playgrounds may become rough  

 

7. If any damage, take immediate action

Is there anything in your playground equipment damaged? If yes, take action as soon as possible.   If necessary, shut down part of the park. Do not take too long to repair. This will prevent further damage to a component and may require a complete replacement. 

 

8. Annual expert inspection of the playground

Except the daily and monthly inspections, we also recommend that a overall inspection be performed by an expert at least once a year. All playground equipment should be inspected during a thorough annual inspection. After the inspection, make a list of all parts that need replacement and enquire the manufacturer you cooperated with. 

 

9. Ball cleaner makes ball pool cleaning easy

As you know it is impossible for you to clean the balls in the ball pool one by one. We highly recommend our ball cleaning machine, which is very easy to function and will save you a lot of time and effort. You should clean the ball pool at least six times a year. 


10. Record your maintenance work

At last, don't forget to keep a record of all inspections, maintenance and repairs work you have done, which is the responsibility of every owner of indoor playground or trampoline park according to the law, also a proof to prove that you’ve done your best to maintain your park structure if unfortunately there is any unexpected accident in your park. 


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