Operating Inflatables at Night or in Low Light Conditions: What You Need to Know

When it comes to operating inflatables at night or in low light conditions, there are a few special rules to keep in mind. First, it's important to measure your outdoor space and choose inflatables that fit your decorating scheme without making your garden look cluttered. Consider the height, width, and depth of the inflatable and leave enough space between them so that they don't bump into each other if they sway in the wind. Additionally, make sure to keep them away from tree branches or anything else that could snag or tear their cloth shells. It's also important to leave a free space around each inflatable on the screen, so that there is nothing nearby that could damage it if it is tipped over.

When it comes to lighting, airblown bulbs are mini-lights or 7-watt bulbs, which can be found in hardware and lighting stores. Finally, when operating inflatables at night or in low light conditions, make sure to use a timer so that the inflatables don't stay on for too long. This will help you save energy and ensure that your inflatables don't overheat.

Evert van der Doorn
Evert van der Doorn

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