11 Best Bounce Houses for Sale: The Ultimate List

Looking for the best bounce house for sale to add to your backyard this summer? We’ve got you covered with the buyer’s guide below.

With the warm weather here, it’s time to get your kids outside and playing to their little heart’s content. But, pulling them away from their video games and Netflix can be tough. It’s time to start thinking outside of the box!

Believe it or not, bounce houses are now more affordable than ever, and there are so many different bounce houses for sale that you shouldn’t have any trouble finding one that fits your budget and needs. It makes more sense to actually purchase one of these than it does to rent one a few times over the summer. Many of the top toy brands are making inflatable bounce houses you can buy these days, and their prices start at $150 — not too bad when you factor in the cost vs the benefits.

With that in mind, here are the top 11 best bounce houses for sale right now, from the top brands like Little Tikes, Blast Zone, and more.

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How to Clean Your Bounce House

Keeping your bounce clean is integral to its longevity. When you've got kids whizzing around on it, it's sure to pick up all kinds of germs (and grass, lots of grass). 

Start by doing the obvious - collect any leaves or grass you can with your hands and despose of them. Next comes the hoover. 

Starting from the back, hoover the main floor area. The reason we start at the back is because you won't be accidentially treading more debris into the areas that have been hoovered. Trust us, this will make your life a million times easier.

Once that's all done, the bounce house should look clean, but we've still got to get rid of all the germs. Kids are gross, after all. 

Next, grab a mop and bucket with a little cleaning solution and go to town. Again, work from the back so you're not recontaminating areas you've already cleaned. 

Once you've finished mopping, don't let anyone go back on the bounce house. You can dry it manually with a blower (the thing used to inflate it) and either dispoeable paper towles or a cotton towel, but most find it easies to just let the sun dry it. If you do go down the sun route, make sure to be certain all the hard to reach crevices are dry. If there's water left in there, that's where mold will form, so definitely keep those areas dry to avoid any build up. 

Also, while it's drying, it's worth grabbing a scrubbing brush and attacking the outer walls.

When it comes to cleaning the underside of the house, lay down a fresh, clean piece of tarp and when it's delated, flip it over and give the underside a wipe down. 

That's it. You're now free to pack it away until the next time the kids want to play with it, which, knowing kids, will be the following day.

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