the Sun peeks out, and the danes are starting to take the trampoline in use, but it is not all who know how to jump without getting the wrong place.
Rusty springs, loose legs and a hole dug on the trampoline is a thing that must be kept track of. The weather affects your trampoline, if you, as many choose to let the trampoline be outside all year round. It is around 60 per cent of the Danish families who allow their trampoline stand outdoors all year. It can slide a part on the trampolinens condition.
BUT it is not only the booth, there should be kept an eye on. When children play in the garden and will jump on the trampoline, there are also a few safety rules, as most do not comply, and as a result, over 7000 Danish children each year are injured when they jump around on the trampoline.
We must therefore also think about how we jump!
the Extra Leaf is taken out in order to get the best advice, and show how to best avoid it to settle, when to jump, and to ensure that the trampoline is, as it should. We have taken expert Signe Happiness Schouw from Børneulykkesfonden with on the council.