If you’re trying to set your own bowling set at your house, you should learn how to make inflatable bowling pins. Inflatable bowling pins are the best way of having fun with this amusing game everywhere you want, because you’ll be able to transport your pins to school or your mate’s houses. Making inflatable bowling pins is pretty easy and it shouldn’t take you more than a couple of hours.
You will need:
- Inflatable Bowling Pins Set
- Selecting the Right Spot. The first thing you have to do is to select the right spot to put your bowling pins. This is a crucial step because when you’re choosing your inflatable pins set you’ll have to considerate where you’ll put it. It’s recommendable to have a wooden or concrete floor since these materials give the inflatable pins more stability and the bowling ball will roll better. If you don’t have too much space, don’t worry! You can get inflatable bowling pins separately. You don’t necessarily have to buy ten of them.
- Selecting the Right Pins. Once you have selected the right spot, it’s time to get the right ones. There is a wide variety of inflatable bowling pins sets one the market. One great set is the one made by Gameops. They come in different sizes and feature an inserted cardboard on the bottom to assure complete stability. They’re made of the same materials as beach balls which make them reliable and reusable. Gameops have sets that vary from 10’’ tall to a maximum of 46’’ tall.
- Inflating the Bowling Pins. Now it’s time to actually inflate your bowling pins. All you need is a regular pump. If you don’t have one, things will get difficult, for the bowling pins need to be inflated with considerable air pressure. Be careful—if they are over inflated, they may lose stability or get a hole.
- Painting your Bowling Pins. The designs of the inflatable bowling pins are somewhat boring. You can make your own designs with some paint and imagination. It’s up to you to decide how you’ll decorate them. You can also ask some friends for help. Once you decorate them, you’re ready to start playing!
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