One of the most popular children’s activities to have at a birthday party is causing more damage than good. The rental item is relatively cheap, but there is an underlying danger to them which is now coming to the surface.
Brenda Sanderson learned this first-hand when her 10 -year-old son started breaking out in what appeared to be ignites. But after they didn’t go away, she took their own children to the hospital.
At the hospital, medical doctors revealed that the boy had contracted a severe staph infection from be participating in a contaminated ricochet mansion. This happened because the bouncing house had not been properly cleaned after utilized by other sweaty children. Apparently, Continuing the inflatables cleaned is exclusively up to the owners and is not a required part of the inspection.
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