Aug, 15, 2022
In the picture below, two people are wearing a bubble ball, known as a zorb ball or human hamster ball, and bumping into each other. Indeed, we have all probably played with these bubble balls. They can be used for bumping into each other, playing games or rolling around on the floor and are suitable for all kinds of parties and team-shaped activities.
However, the human hamster ball is usually in contact with our bodies when we play with it, so you need to clean it regularly to make it healthier and easier to keep it clean. Let's take a look at how to clean the zorb ball.
Firstly, for optimum maintenance and performance, we recommend cleaning the surface area after each use to remove any stickiness and to prevent mould over time. Secondly, we recommend cleaning the zorb balls while they are still inflated; it is easier to wipe them down while they are full of air and they will dry faster. Thirdly, once deflated, they can easily be stored in our bubble ball storage bags as demonstrated in this video. Finally, we recommend storing the zorb balls in a dry space and not in cold or freezing temperatures as this will harden the plastic.
What spray should I use to clean the zorb ball?
Simple Green. A non-toxic and biodegradable all-purpose cleaner. Ideal for cleaning the surface of the zorb ball after use. This solution should be diluted to approximately 1 part Simple Green and 6 parts water.
Novus plastic polish. This polish works well to fill and remove small scratches that cause bubble balls to fog up, and also to prevent them from scratching in the first place.
Febreze Sport. Eliminates unpleasant sports odours from sports equipment and clothing. Ideal for straps and handle fabrics.
ANTI3: Disinfecting and deodorising sports equipment spray, cleans and disinfects.
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