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114 - 13x13 Toxic Jump


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Toxic 13x13

Walking into a toxic-themed birthday party is an experience like no other. As you step through the entrance, you're immediately immersed in a world of vibrant colors and thrilling decorations. The toxic green hues and construction-inspired graphics transport you to an exciting realm where creativity knows no bounds. With every bounce and laughter-filled moment inside the Toxic-themed 13x13 bounce house from Party With 630, you're reminded of the sheer excitement that comes with celebrating in such a unique and unforgettable way.

Whether you're a child reveling in the joy of bouncing freely or an adult embracing your inner child, this bounce house promises hours of entertainment and camaraderie. So, don't hesitate to elevate your toxic or construction-themed party to new heights by booking this exhilarating attraction. Get ready to create memories that will last a lifetime as you bounce, play, and celebrate in style!

Who is this for? Kids of all ages.

How many at a time? 6-8

Basketball Hoop? 1

Safety Features: Giant mesh windows ensure visibility from all angles.

Setup Area: 15 L X 15 W X 12 H

Circuits: 1

Product Id: 114 - 13x13 Toxic

Customer Reviews
Toxic Fun facts
1. **Glowing in the Dark**: Some toxic materials, like certain chemicals and minerals, can glow in the dark, creating an eerie and fascinating glow-in-the-dark effect.

2. **Bright and Bold**: Toxic colors are often incredibly vibrant, with shades like neon green, toxic yellow, and radioactive red being some of the most eye-catching and fun to look at.

3. **Warning Signs**: Toxic colors are often used on warning signs and labels to alert people to potential dangers. For example, the bright toxic green color is commonly associated with biohazard symbols.

4. **Nature's Toxic Colors**: In nature, some animals use toxic colors as a warning to predators. Poison dart frogs, for instance, have bright and toxic-looking skin to deter predators from eating them.

5. **Artistic Inspiration**: Toxic colors have inspired artists to create unique and bold artworks. Artists use these colors to create striking and memorable pieces that stand out.
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