A trampoline provides both enjoyment and physical activity for children and adults alike. Because a trampoline is generally an outdoor structure, it is bound to collect leaves, dirt, twigs and even animal droppings. Cleaning your trampoline at least once a month prevents damage such as rust and structure breakdown and helps ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for years to come.

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A clean trampoline provides enjoyment for kids and adults.

Sweep leaves and dirt off the trampoline mat and springs, using a long handled-broom.

Pre-soak the trampoline with a garden hose. Include the main jumping mat, springs and metal legs of the trampoline.

Make a solution of one part dish soap to three parts warm water and wash the trampoline, including the jumping mat, springs and legs. Use a towel or brush for the jumping mat and a toothbrush to get in between the springs.

Step 4

Rinse the trampoline with a garden hose. Use a high-power sprayer hose attachment for thorough rinsing.

Towel-dry the springs and legs of the trampoline; this will help prevent rust from forming. The mat of the trampoline can dry naturally in the sun.