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What problems should children pay attention to when playing with amusement equipment? , Industry news-SKP company

by:SKP     2020-03-07
With the improvement of people's quality of life, parents' care for their children is also constantly improving. With the rise of amusement equipment, parents also begin to take their children to play amusement equipment. 1. Before playing amusement equipment, you should carefully read the game instructions and choose according to the children's age, height and other requirements. Don't choose inappropriate amusement equipment for children. 2. Because there are a lot of people in the venue, and the age difference is also very big, so it is best to let your child avoid it when there are older children playing. If your child is bigger and more naughty, pay attention to more guidance not to hurt the children around you, to avoid disputes between parents. 3. . When playing slide games, children should be taught not to climb up from the slide opening, and should leave the slide opening quickly after sliding down, so as not to cause injury to children who slide down behind. 4. When playing bumper car games, children should be fastened with safety belts, and they should not make too severe collisions when playing, especially frontal collisions. Don't patronize yourself, but also consider the child's affordability. The materials selected for SKP company's amusement equipment products are PVC, PE composite film, waterproof Oxford cloth, reinforced Oxford cloth, TPU, transparent Oxford cloth and other special materials for pneumatic models. The principle of innovation for development and quality for survival creates greater social value for society. Advanced design, precision production strength, innovation and innovation, exquisite material selection, novel design, fine workmanship, high quality and low price, durability, safety and reliability, strong entertainment and other characteristics are favored by the majority of users.
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