Are you ready to plan the best home party ever? Whether your kids birthday party is at home or at a venue, here are the three key elements you need for a rockin’ party.
Kelly Pearson is mom to three kiddos and owns Cowabunga’s with her husband Matt.
They have hosted over 20,000 birthday parties in their 10 years in business.
Their business model focuses on fun play & party time in a setting that parents feel comfortable playing along.
How Do We Clean!
We are always cleaning! As you can imagine, it takes a great team to keep things tidy! Here’s a quick overview of how the magic happens!
Our indoor inflatable playground is sanitized with a hospital grade solution that is also safe to use around children. Throughout the day, we sanitize high touch areas using Simple Green Pro 5. This solution is a one-step disinfectant and sanitizer. It also kills fungus, mildew, viruses & is a deodorizer.
This solution works in 60 seconds and is safe to let dry on our equipment. When we do a full facility sanitizing each night, the solution is left on to dry. When sanitizing during the day, we use a clean towel to wipe it dry.
Vacuuming is one big task at our huge indoor play place. We use commercial backpack vacuums to clean our floors. Whenever possible, we try to break up the space into smaller sections & divide and conquer. This, honestly, is probably the most tedious job out of all of them!
During slower days and weeks, our crew tackles dusting of all the high surfaces. We use large cotton mops that are solely used for the task. This allows staff to reach higher. Dusting is always followed up with vacuuming and wiping down of surfaces in the area.
WE PICK UP TRASH!
Our customers always leave behind little treasures for us. Our staff is constantly walking and picking up trash or lost items. You wouldn’t believe some of the stuff customers leave behind!
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