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Jumpin' Jiminy! Trampoline Accessories!

1. Never let your kids jump on a large trampoline without a safety net. While you can find models that are freestanding, it is best to choose a net that attaches directly to the frame for maximum safety. The trampoline enclosure is made from a strong, synthetic mesh supported by padded metal rods.

2. Children should still be supervised on a trampoline even when a safety net is installed. While nets can instill confidence in hesitant new jumpers, nets can also increase the boldness of seasoned jumpers and inspire them to try dangerous stunts.

3. Extend the life of your trampoline with a cover that protects against sun, rain, snow, and leaves. Trampoline covers also indicate to curious children that the bounce surface is "closed" and so can serve as helpful safety devices.

4. Trampoline ladders make getting onto and off of the trampoline easier, increasing the safety of the jumpers. No more painful, awkward clambering up the side, risking falls, or experiencing close encounters with springs. The ladder also reminds your child to climb down at the end of his turn, rather than jump dangerously down to the ground.

5. Always inspect your trampoline for signs of wear or damage before use. You can usually find replacements for any part of your trampoline, from the mat to the springs, so you can keep it in perfect shape without needing a new one.