So you have purchased an inflatable water slide or a bounce house? AWESOME! Or maybe you are considering a purchase? If you are still trying to decide what water slide or bounce house will be right for your family you will want to check out one (or both) of these two guides:
If you want to know what accessories you should be buying for fun and safety, here is the list I have come up with!
Accessories for your Inflatable Water Slide
Summer is upon us and the best way to stay cool is to be enjoying summer with water! Here are 5 accessories you should be buying with your new inflatable!
It might sound obvious, but you want a good hose for your inflatable. i suggest 50 feet but depending on your home and where your water comes from, longer or shorter might be necessary!
You are probably going to want to put a tarp under your inflatable water slide.
3. Ball Pit Balls
grab a bag of ball pit balls to use in your pool when it is not full of water!
4. Sand Bags
if you are not able to anchor your inflatable water slide with the stakes that are provided, or if you are planning on using it indoors without water, you might want to grad a few sandbags to hold it in place!
5. Storage Box
If you do not want to have to deal with a giant piece of plastic in your garage, consider a deck box as a storage box for your water slide or bounce house! I do not have to worry about folding or rolling tightly, just enough to toss it into the box with the blower and it is not an eyesore in my yard! It also saves lugging it back to the garage!
Do you have any great accessories that I am missing?
Shark Water Slide Photo Courtesy of R Barley C.C license 2.0
Lindsay is a mom of two boys and has spent countless hours researching, comparing, and writing about trampolines and backyard toys for her family. Lindsay has a Bachelor of Arts from Simon Fraser University.