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Hanging Instructions, Safety & Maintenance

Safety & Maintenance - things you need to know

Our posters might need an iron when unwrapped. It's best to do this image side down.

Our posters aren't designed to be pulled down on or used to get up off the floor or grabbed during bouncing or play. We only recommend hanging up our posters once children are old enough to understand this.

Our 1.5cm size Net Ninja collars could be deemed to be a choke hazard, so we wouldn't recommend our SnazzdUP posters for children under 3 years old.

We recommend moving the posters every now and then to keep your trampoline nets fresh.

Sometimes when the strings are removed they can leave slightly bigger round holes behind. Just scratch these holes sideways and up and down with your fingernail and they should close up back to normal.

CAUTION: More than one child jumping on a trampoline is dangerous and is not ever recommended.

How to tie your posters to the net

You'll need two people.

  • Person A hold up the poster by the top corners wherever you want to hang it on the trampoline. Person B go to the other side of the net holding the 9 strings and 9 Net Ninjas.
  • Person B poke one of the strings through both the net and a top corner poster hole, twirling the string end between forefinger and thumb as you go. Person A let go of the poster corner that is not being tied. Pull the string through and then return it, keeping it touching the outside edge of the poster on the return back through the net. Person B pull the string back through until both ends are equal lengths long.
  • Person B put a Net Ninja over the two string ends and push it tight up to the net (If you have large style net holes, you may not need to use them). Person B tie the two ends of string together as tight up to the Net Ninja and net as possible.
  • Repeat this process for the other top corner hole.
  • Then work your way down and along the other holes until all 9 are tied tightly to the net.
  • Once the poster is hanging, you may want to revisit some of the upper hole-ties and correct them if they are now not tight enough or are out of place or pulling the net too much unnaturally out of position.

Here's some suggestions on how to tie the string up:

    • If you are only putting up the posters for a temporary event, like a birthday or Christmas for example, you might want to tie the strings into a simple bow, so that you can easily and quickly take the posters down again.
      • Another easy way is to tie the strings together just like you do your shoe laces up but with a double knot on the bows at the end.
        • If you don't want bows you may decide to just tie a small knot in the strings. Maybe a reef knot is what you'd choose here as it's strong but it's easier to undo than other small knots. Right over left, under and up and pull tight, like the start of tieing a shoelace. Then just do the same again but the opposite way - so left over right, under and up and pull tight- and you've tied a reef knot.
          • Any long tails of string left hanging afterward can just be poked back through the net or weaved in and out, down or sideways along the black hem line to keep things tidy.