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For trampoline park owners, proper maintenance of trampoline equipment is very important. Here are some tips for maintaining trampolines.
If you notice small spots or rust on the springs of your trampoline, you can make a solution of 3 parts water to 1 part vinegar, then use an old toothbrush to scrub the affected area with the solution, then rinse. Avoid using any chemicals to clean the mat as they may damage the material. Certain chemicals can affect the UV resistance of the mat. Soap and water should be all you need to keep your trampoline clean. In fact, most people only need a few sprays a year to keep them in good shape.
Store your trampoline mat indoors, or roll it up and secure it outside where it won't be blown away by the wind. Or cover the trampoline mat with a weatherproof cover when not in use to keep it from getting dirty or damaged and dried out by the weather. Even mats with UV resistance can dry out over time due to extreme sun exposure. Once the fabric dries, holes can form and be a hazard to the pullover.
Check your trampoline regularly to make sure there are no fraying, sagging or tension issues on the jumping mat. Make sure the springs are not damaged and the frame is not bent.
Don't forget to take care of your mesh zippers, use WD40 or grease to help them zip and unzip easily. When cleaning, check the trampoline frame for rust or damage. If you notice any rust starting to appear, apply grease or an anti-rust lubricant. If you notice the springs starting to squeak or squeak, grease or spray them with lubricant.