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Exercise Trampoline/Rebounder Care Tips
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ccasionally lubricate the metal on metal contact points on the springs (clevis pins and mat cleats).  We suggest a grease such as vaseline, duralube, or other silicone grease.  Liquid oil will run off the springs and fall to the floor.

Should a mat spring break, it should be replaced as quickly as possible.  Use of a rebounder that has more than 1 broken spring puts uneven pressure on the remaining springs and they may be damaged.

We recommend occasional replacement of the entire set of mat springs.  The structure of any spring changes over it's useful life and eventually lose its resiliency.

The spring cover is designed to protect your toes from becoming entangled in the springs.  It is not a jumping surface.  Avoid bouncing directly on the spring cover.

The stabilizing bar is designed to assist you with rebounding by aiding in maintaining your balance.  Do not hang on the bar or allow  children to use it as jungle gym.  This may damage the legs or attachment points on the frame and will void the warranty.

The Permatron® Mat on your rebounder is built to take years of use.  Shoes are acceptable for rebounding.  We suggest that you use caution  when rebounding while wearing only socks, other hosiery, or bare feet.  The material of some socks/hosiery  tend to be slippery against the Permatron® material; bare feet may or may not grip solidly either.  You will need to experiment for your individual situation.

The rebounder is not designed for performing tricks.  Do not jump from the floor to the mat surface. 

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