Care & Maintenance
How to clean your Springfree
- For cleaning moss, mould and lichen, you can use Wet & Forget Original. This product will not damage your Springfree and is targeted to treat moss, mould and lichen.
- You can use a soft bristle brush or soft sponge and warm water with a mild detergent to clean your Springfree. Stronger chemicals are not recommended as they may be harmful or corrosive to the trampoline materials.
- A water-blaster can be used on a light setting to remove growths on the net, mat or frame.
For further help with Springfree maintenance, please free phone 0800 586 772.
Health check for your Trampoline
Like any outdoor product, your Springfree Trampoline will require a health check and a little maintenance from time to time to ensure it remains in great condition.
When you’re out watching the kids bounce or you’re mowing the lawn around the trampoline, take a minute to cast your eye over the trampoline, paying particular attention to these areas:
- The net - check for fraying or holes.
- The mat - check for holes or tears.
- Yellow / Grey banding on the mat - check the stitching and fabric for deterioration.
- Frame - inspect for paint chips, rust marks or dents. It’s also important to regularly check that the drain holes on the underside of the frame are clear and unclogged.
- Rods and net poles – check your rod sleeves are intact, properly installed and are not slipping down.
- Net Poles – ensure these are fully inserted up into the pockets at the top of the net.
- C-clips – check that none are missing. (these are under the frame at the bottom of the sockets that hold the net poles.)
If you do notice a component that has changed or is not as it should be, call one of our friendly team on 0800 586 772 .
Tips to Ensure Proper Maintenance
- Do not take sharp objects onto the trampoline.
- Only use a soft ball with the FlexrHoop.
- Do not leave clear plastic balls on the mat. The sun rays can be magnified through the clear plastic and burn holes into the mat.
- Avoid using the FlexiNet as a jumping surface. While incredibly strong, it has been designed to keep wayward jumpers on the jumping surface and should not be used for consistent rebounding.
- Remove shoes.
- Avoid continuous running around the outer edge of the mat, this will damage the rods.
Customers who live in colder climates frequently ask us how to care for their Springfree in the winter. Our trampolines are built with the highest quality materials and are built to last all year round. To maintain your Springfree during winter months we suggest you clear away any accumulation of snow with a soft bristled brush or broom.