Repairs, Cleaning & Storage

  1. How to Set Up a RAVE Sports Water Trampoline

    Steps to set up you Aqua Jump Eclipse Water Trampoline. Aqua Jump 150 & Aqua Jump 200s come in 2 boxes. Aqua Jump 120 arrives in 1 box. 1. Carefully open box and unpack the contents; tube, jump surface, springs, ladder, inflator & inflation adaptor, anchor harness, anchor connector kit and spring pad cover, manual and repair kit. 2. Roll...
  2. How to Properly Fold your RAVE for Winter Storage

    Step 1: Completely deflate and lay out the Aqua Jump and locate the panel with the valve Step 1 Step 2: Locate the logo to the right of the valve panel and fold as shown below Step 2 Step 3: Fold this initial fold as shown below Step 3 Step 4: Take the opposite side and fold it over the...
  3. RAVE’s Fall Cleaning, Storage and Repair Best Practices and Tips.

    Fall is the best time to take care of your RAVE Trampolines and Bouncers.  As the summer season comes to a close, it is important to take your RAVE products out of the water before it gets cold. As the water cools, your products may shrink and that makes them susceptible to small bites from muskrats and other animals. This...
  4. It’s Time to Put Your Water Trampoline Away for the Winter … Sniff, Sniff …

    It’s Time to Put Your Water Trampoline Away for the Winter … Sniff, Sniff …
      Believe us, we understand that it’s difficult for water sports enthusiasts to accept that summer is fading into the sunset. The hard cold truth, however, is that the end of September means it’s time to deflate your water trampoline or bouncer and put it into storage until next year. So stop sniffling, wipe away those tears welling up in...
  5. How to Clean Your Trampoline (and Avoid Rookie Mistakes)

    How to Clean Your Trampoline (and Avoid Rookie Mistakes)
    If your RAVE Sports water trampoline or bouncer looks like it has seen better days, a little bit of care and elbow grease will make it look like (almost) new again. So before you inflate your trampoline and anchor it in the water for the summer, follow these simple cleaning tips: Unroll the trampoline or bouncer gently and lay it...
  6. When to Send Your Reinforced RAVE Product in for Repair vs. DIY

    Most reinforced repairs can be done by you by following the instructions that we outline. For small damages and leaks you can purchase a standard or pre-cut repair kit. However, after inflating and spraying down your product with mild, soapy water to find your leak(s,) and you notice any of the following, we recommend sending your product in. Damage to...
  7. How to Repair Your RAVE Reinforced Product

    Use the instructions below to repair your RAVE Proline reinforced product. This method is made specifically for RAVE commercial grade repair patches which can be purchased at ravesports.com. Note that it is best to complete your repair in a temperature controlled environment. Inflate the product completely. Locate the leak(s) by thoroughly spraying the tube with mild, soapy water. Any puncture...
  8. Cleaning and Storage of Your RAVE Reinforced Product

    Proper cleaning and storage is essential to maintaining your RAVE reinforced product.  Follow these guidelines and you will see year over year enjoyment of your RAVE. We recommend these steps on the Proline Commercial Grade Reinforced products including the Aqua Jump water trampolines, Bongo water platforms, Icebergs, Water Whooshes, and other products that features heavy duty materials. When the inflatable...

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