How to Roll Your Inflatable!
How to roll your inflatable unit
Rolling up inflatables can be a hassle, but we've got your back! Whether you're a newbie or a seasoned pro, our step-by-step guide and how-to video are here to make deflating a breeze.
Depending on the size of your unit, you may need a couple of extra hands to help you with the rolling/unrolling of your unit. 
Here is our form of measurement based on weight:
100 lb - 400 lb ➝ -2-3 people
400 lb - 700 lb ➝ 3-5 people
700 lb + ➝ 5+ people
*Please note: your process may differ depending on the size of your unit, type of unit, vehicle capacity, and how you plan on transporting your unit.
1. Turn off your blower and disconnect it from your inflatable.
2. Unzip the deflation zippers found on the sides of your unit. Depending on your unit, an extra zipper may be found under your inflatable. If your unit does not have a zipper or you would like to speed up the process, you may use a deflator. If using a deflator, insert your deflator inside your blower port. 
3. As your unit deflates, fold in the walls of your inflatable Walk over your unit to force out remaining air and...
Tip: make sure there are no rocks that may cause any damage as you do so.
4. Determine the desired length and width for your roll. The folding process may change based on how tall/short/compact/bulky you want your rolled unit to be when transporting.The taller/compact you want your roll, the less folds you create.
Tip: Keep in mind the size of your rolled inflatable as wide rolls are not ideal for transporting on a small platform dolly.
As you can see in the image above, we have the same unit rolled in two different ways. The unit on the left was rolled short and wide to be transported using a closed vehicle while the unit on the right was rolled long/tall to be transported in an open vehicle.
5. Fold one side of the deflated unit to the center. The amount of folds determines the size of your roll. The fewer folds, the longer/taller your roll. The more folds you create, the shorter/bulky your roll.
6. Repeat the same on the other side until leaving a single center strip. To keep everything balanced, what you do on one side, repeat on the other. 
7. Walk over your inflatable again to force out remaining air. 
8. Begin rolling as straight and tight as possible starting at the end opposite of the main zipper or blower port. This will allow for the remaining air to escape as it is rolled.
Tip: Have one or more people walk over the inflatable as you continue to roll.
9. Tuck in any exposed blower ports and finish rolling.
Tip: Roll your unit all the way, unroll enough to tuck in your blower port, and finish rolling. This will allow for trapped air to push out before you complete the rolling process.
10. Tie your roll with straps & stand it upright.
You’ve now deflated your inflatable like a pro! Your unit is ready to be packed and transported!
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