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  • Is the foam safe?
    Absolutely! The foam solution is biodegradable, non-toxic, non-staining, and hypoallergenic. It is completely safe for children, animals, plants, your grass, and the environment. It consists of mostly water with two all-natural foaming agents which are also found in organic soaps. MSDS can be provided upon request.
  • Will the foam hurt my lawn?
    No, the foam will not hurt your lawn. You may notice some wear from all the running feet, but no more than any other activity you would have on your lawn (and definitely less wear than an inflatable!).
  • What do I need to prepare for the party?
    We will need access to a water hose and a power outlet within 75 feet of the foam party setup. We recommend cutting your grass at least two days before your event. We bring all other materials!
  • Will the kids get wet
    We do recommend wearing a bathing suit, bringing a towel and a change of clothes. The foam will feel damp, not wet… but kids tend to jump right in the foam and not come out. By the end of the party, they will be wet! The foam solution is perfectly safe for clothing.
  • What ages can participate?
    Foam parties are a blast for all ages… it is impossible to put an age restriction on bubble fun! A foam party is a sensory exploration paradise for all ages offering total inclusiveness!
  • How long will it take to setup?
    Approximately 15-30 minutes - depending on the distance of the water and electricity source.
  • Does the foam require a lot of cleanup?
    The foam dissolves on its own within a couple hours. We recommend waiting until the grass is dry to spray it down and remove any bubble residue, but we have had no complaints!
  • What happens if it rains on the day of the party?
    We are unable to set up a foam party if the weather is not on our side. We will mutually agree on a date to reschedule.
  • Will it get slippery?
    Surprisingly, the foam does not make the ground very slippery at all. The foam solution uses minimal water and does not leave a film on the ground. Concrete, asphalt and rubber are best, while grass lawns can be slightly slippery, but make for a softer landing as kids jump around. Dirt surfaces are not recommended as they get very muddy.
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