Trampoline Tips and Tricks
MAINTENANCE TIPS FOR YOUR BERG TRAMPOLINE
To help your trampoline last as long as possible, BERG has drawn up a list of maintenance tips. Read all the tips below.
Check your trampoline regularly on the following points: Does a component need replacing? If so, replace it in time to maintain the safety of your trampoline.
Check your trampoline for:
- The condition of the frame connections (broken welds or bent frame).
- The condition of the springs (broken or excessive stretching).
- The condition of the jumping mat (damage, wrong tension or sagging of the mat).
- Missing or incorrectly and unsafely placed protective edge.
- Wrong stitching, fraying, rips or holes in the mat or protective edge.
- Deterioration of the stitching or fabric of the jumping mat or protective edge.
- Sharp protrusions on the frame.
If you use the trampoline less often during a certain period (for example, during winter), we recommend storing the trampoline in a dry place.
What is the best way to clean the trampoline?
If you have not used your trampoline for a long time, you may want to clean it to remove all cobwebs and other dirt.
The jumping mat and protective edge are easily cleaned with a cloth and some cold water. Do not use solvents, detergent, soap powder or hot water. To keep leaves and twigs off your trampoline, you could place a protective cover over it at times you are not using your trampoline. If you are not going to be using your trampoline for a longer period we recommend that you store it in a dry place.