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MAINTENANCE

Applied premium materials and exceptional craftsmanship, Zupapa products are of high quality and durability. Here we round up some maintenance tips so that your Zupapa products can serve longer.

How to Care & Maintain Your Zupapa Backyard Trampoline?

Care

Using, dissembling, and store the trampoline correctly as per the following:

  • Inspect, clean, and wash your trampoline mat with a garden hose every two weeks;
  • Remove any sharp objects before using the trampoline;
  • Ensure there are no leaves, debris, mildew, or bird droppings on the trampoline before using the trampoline
  • Jumpers should either wear socks or be barefoot when using the trampoline;
  • Keep your trampoline away from any fire sources such as a grill;
  • Do not allow pets or animals to get inside the jumping area;
  • Store the trampoline in a dry area with good ventilation when it’s not in use.

The rain cover works great in protecting the trampoline against UV damages.

  • Put the rain cover on to prolong your trampoline’s life when it’s not in use;
  • Put the rain cover to avoid cleaning the leaves or bird droppings on the mat after you remove the trampoline (at least two adults are required) to a sheltered area.

Maintainence

Always inspect the trampoline and replace any worn, overused, damaged, or missing parts before each use as they increase the chances of getting injured. Be cautious of the following conditions:

  • Punctures, holes, or tears in the trampoline mat;
  • Sagging trampoline mat;
  • Loose stitching or any kind of deterioration of the mat;
  • Bent or broken frame parts, such as the legs;
  • Broken, missing, or damaged springs;
  • Damaged, missing, or insecurely attached frame padding;
  • Protrusions of any types (especially sharp types) on the frame, springs, or mat;
  • Other unexpected conditions that are not included.

If any of these conditions exist or anything else that you feel could cause harm, the trampoline (and/or enclosure) should be disassembled or otherwise safeguarded from being used until the condition is fixed.

Windy Conditions

The trampoline is possible to be blown away in high winds. When you expect windy weather, disassemble the safety enclosure net and the net poles and tie the top frame (round, outside portion) of the trampoline to the ground using ropes and stakes. Keep in mind that at least three ties should be used to ensure security and do not just secure the trampoline legs to the ground, or the frame sockets would be pulled out.

Winterization

Although you can use the Zupapa® trampolines in winter if you keep cleaning them regularly and avoid snow stocking, we highly recommend you disassemble and store them in dry areas with good ventilation. In any condition, do not forget to put on the rain cover when it’s not in use.

How to Maintain Your Zupapa Small Trampoline?

Always inspect the trampoline and replace any worn, overused, damaged, or missing parts before each use, and be cautious of the following conditions:

  • Punctures, holes, or tears in the trampoline mat;
  • Sagging trampoline mat;
  • Loose stitching or any kind of deterioration of the mat;
  • Bent or broken frame parts such as the legs;
  • Damaged, missing, or insecurely attached frame pad;
  • Protrusions on the frame, springs, or mat.

If any of the conditions mentioned above or something else that you feel could cause harm occurs, disassemble the trampoline, or at least secure the trampoline with a lock or heavy tarpaulin to prevent unauthorized use. Reuse the trampoline only after you’ve replaced all broken parts.

How to Maintain Your Zupapa Fitness Trampoline?

The essential principle to protect the trampoline is to use it in the way intended and avoid violent use. Please keep the following guidelines in mind:

  • Keep it indoors on rainy days.
  • Wipe out the dust and dirt with a wet rag, clean water stains with a dishtowel, then dry the trampoline out when needed.
  • Keep the trampoline away from moisture and fires.
  • Store all the parts in a dry place with good ventilation when the trampoline is not in use.

How to Maintain Your Zupapa Dome Climber?

Dome Climber 

  • Be careful with the protective coatings of the poles as they are effective against rust.
  • Tighten all hardware but do not overtighten. Otherwise, it would destroy the thread or cause cracking.
  • Check all protective parts. Replace them if they are found loose, cracked, or missing.
  • Repaint with non-lead-based paints when signs of oxidation and/or rust appear on your equipment.
  • Check the accessories as well as the structure monthly to prevent falling.
  • Store the dome climber in a dry area with good ventilation when it’s not in use.
  • Do not use any abrasive cleansers for cleaning. A soft, damp cloth would be perfect to wipe out dust and dirt.

Dome Climber Canopy 

  • Do not use it for commercial.
  • Do not place extra weights over the canopy when it’s in use.
  • Do not wash the canopy, just wipe off the dirt with the damp cloth.
  • Do not use harsh chemical cleaners or bleach.

How to Maintain Your Zupapa Baseball Net?

  • Avoid using the equipment violently.
  • Avoid too much exposure to the strong sunlight.
  • Keep the equipment indoors or box it up on rainy days.
  • Before boxing the equipment up, wipe out the dust and dirt with a wet rag and wait for it to dry.
  • Keep the equipment away from moisture and fires.

How to Maintain Your Zupapa Inflatable SUP?

About the Proper Pressure

  • Do not inflate the board with an unregulated air compressor.
  • Do not use the equipment over the recommended pressure, which will permanently damage the board and voids the warranty.
  • Do not transport the equipment when it is fully pressurized.
  • Do not transport the equipment from an area with low altitudes to a higher one because it will increase the air pressure and possibly damage the board.

About the Board

The key to board protection is to avoid direct sunlight exposure. You should:

  • Avoid direct exposure to the strong sunlight as soon as possible.
  • Get the board covered or keep it shaded when you have to leave it outdoor temporarily.
  • Do not store your board in a sealed vehicle, especially in summer because the temperature would turn higher than it is outside the vehicle.
  • Rinse with fresh water after each use and dry it out.
  • Extract the air out (with the air pump) before you need to roll up the board. Plug the hose to the "IN" side of the pump, then press the pump to deflate the rest air.
  • Roll up the board (after extracting out the air) from the side with the valve, then wrap up the belt and finally fasten the buckle.
  • Store the board in a cool, dry place away from the sun when not in use. 

How to Maintain Your Zupapa Canopy Swing?

Frame 

  • Do not use abrasive materials, cleaners, or bleach products.
  • Avoid accumulated water because it would damage the frame tubing, which is not covered under warranty.
  • Inspect the frame periodically. Repaint if you find it starts to fade. Replace the tube if repainting does not work.
  • Clean and dry the frame thoroughly periodically, especially before storing it. We highly recommend you remove foot caps and tilt the frame if applicable.
  • Never drag furniture. Always have two people work together when you need to move it.
  • Store or cover the structure in a dry place with good ventilation when not in use.

Fabric (Top & Cushion Cover)

  • Wipe minor spills immediately.
  • Do not use abrasive materials and cleansers.
  • Clean with mild soap, warm clean water, and a soft cloth.
  • Store the fabric in a dry area with good ventilation when not in use.

How to Maintain Your Zupapa Tree Swing?

A rule of thumb is to remove the equipment from outdoors and store it in a dry place with good ventilation whenever it is not in use, or when the temperatures fall below 4 degrees. You should also check all the parts regularly and replace (or repair) them when required. Please follow the guidelines instructed below.

  • Check all the hardware (screws, S-shaped hooks, washers, and metal rings) regularly and replace any of them when needed.
  • Check the protective coverings of the tubes and repaint them with non-lead-based paintings if they are fading.
  • Replace the tube(s) when they are damaged or missed.
  • Replace the swing seat, ropes when needed.
  • Lubricate the joint parts regularly if you hang the swing on a metal swing frame.

How to Maintain Your Zupapa Gymnastics Bar?

PRO Gymnastics Bar

  • Check and tighten the screws regularly.
  • Do not wipe out the dust and dirt with a wet rag.
  • Avoid using the equipment violently.
  • Avoid too much exposure to strong sunlight.
  • Keep the equipment indoors on rainy days.
  • Keep the equipment away from moisture and fires.

Folding Gymnastics Bar 

  • Do not leave the equipment unattended overnight.
  • Check and tighten the screws regularly.
  • Do not wipe out the dust and dirt with a wet rag.
  • Avoid using the equipment violently.
  • Avoid too much exposure to strong sunlight.
  • Keep the equipment indoors on rainy days.
  • Keep the equipment away from moisture and fires.

 

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