As mothers, we want our kids to be active. The laziness that modern life affords our bundles of joy is demonstrably harmful.
Physical exertion is essential for the healthy growth of your kids. There are several ways to keep them active, but one of the most fun and memorable ways is an outdoor waterslide.
The material used in the manufacture of the inflatable water slide can affect your decision a lot. Why? If you choose super cheap materials (which I do not recommend), it will not only affect the durability, but also stability of the slide, hence, safety.
The materials I recommend is PVC (polyvinyl chloride), which is one of the most elastic and preferred materials. All in all, go for a sturdy yet smooth material that is elastic, durable, and also puncture-free.
NOTE: when you place your new toy in your garden, make sure that there are no sharp objects, or the inflatable might get damaged.
This Rainbow water slide helps you organize fun games right in your yard that can easily compete with the best water parks!
Water spray system can shower every corner of the slide. There is a water Crash Pad on the end of the Water slide. Effectively prevent children from sliding to the ground or being injured during play. More safety than other summer water slide. It will be a super hit summer water toy for kids water playing.
The Intex Water Slide displays fun wave graphics that make it a favorite among many kids.
It has five air chambers, sturdy 20-gauge vinyl construction, and six heavy-duty handles for the ultimate stability. For safety, this product also has robust climbing steps, grips, and an inflatable stepping mat. The slide also has a repair patch that adds to its longevity.
Great accessory for your family’s pontoon!
The slide is manufactured from a UV-coated, commercial-grade reinforced PVC material for years of trouble-free service, while stainless anchor rings remain stable and secure. Molded handles and welded footsteps on the ladder offer convenient, worry-free climbing. Slide includes replaceable heavy-duty anchor straps, sized to fit most pontoon boats.