Access to water is essential for an inflatable water slide. You should set it up in an area with easy access to a pool or other water source. To avoid damage to the bottom of the slide, place it on a groundsheet. This will also keep it free of dirt. Once you’re ready to use the roll, just unroll it from its entrance and seal all water and zipper ports. You can also use a tarp to protect the ground underneath.

What to put under inflatable water slide

Be sure to check the dimensions and set up requirements of the slide before renting it. Many rental companies will have them listed on their sites so that you can determine whether it is suitable for your space. You don’t need to use a lot water and inflatable slides can be inflated with a regular water pump. They also do not need electricity to run, and you can set them up in as little as one hour. When it comes to electricity, make sure there is an outlet close to the back of the water slide.

It is important to set up your inflatable water slide on a firm surface. In order to make sure the water slide is secure, you can use landscape anchor pins to secure it in place. If the pool is on the ground, be sure to put a layer of padding under the slide. This will protect your tailbone from injury. Make sure that the tarp has no holes and is securely attached to the ground.

How to make an inflatable water slide more comfortable

You should ensure that you have read the safety instructions before renting inflatable water slides. Make sure the slide is properly secured and anchored. If you don’t find any rips or holes, don’t hesitate to buy a second one. Lastly, be sure to check for the safety instructions on the slides. During the rental process, be sure to follow the instructions carefully. It is important to put padding under the water slide if it is not on the ground.

The first step in the process of setting up a water slide is to choose a good quality inflatable water slide from a trusted manufacturer. Look for a durable inflatable that is free from holes and rips. Always make sure that the slide is bright and colorful and has a safety notice. Be sure to secure it with large steel tent-style stakes. A stake should secure the tarp to it. Moreover, the water slide should be covered by an oversized tarp, which will keep the pool cleaner.

In addition to the tarp, it is also important to consider the location of the inflatable water slide. If you’re putting it on the ground, then you’ll need an ample amount of electricity. Similarly, an inflatable water slide needs ample water to work properly. You must plan your location well. Besides the water supply, make sure you also choose an area where the water slide can be secured.