Repairing an Inflatable Castle Bouncer

I need to repair and clean an inflatable bouncer in Illinois. Where can I go?

By mom from Chicago, IL



Those little bounces don't last long, especially if the children are bigger or rough or there are too many in it at a time.

Is there enough left in the seam area to sew it with an awl and waxed twine? We did this on a commercial grade bounce, it eventually ripped out again, but it worked for quite a while. It was sewn several times over the years!

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