You will have lots of fun with this vacbed . However , there are some rules , which need to be adhered to in order to operate it safely . We have prepared few tips for you . Please read them before you using the vacbed .
BEFORE FIRST USE :
The latex sack of the vacbed is covered with talcum powder , which protects it during transport and keeps the latex from sticking to itself . Before first use , wash the latex sack with soap and water on both sides , let it dry and then apply latex polish both on inside and outside .
Because the entry opening is small , you need to assemble the frame inside the sack . Start with the pipe at the feet and work your way to the top pipe behind the head . The valve should be inserted into sleeve from inside and then joined with frame . The sleeve should be smooth around the valve , free of any wrinkles - thru them air may penetrate into the vacbed . It helps to lubricate the pipes and the inside of the sack with latex polish ( do not use talc on inside of vacbed - it may cause valve malfunction) .
ENTERING THE VACBED :
Entry is thru the neck opening . Latex is stretchy enough for entire body to squeeze thru . Grab the neck opening with both hands and expand it enough so you can squeeze gradually your legs and body thru it . However , you need to be very carefull to not to pull with your fingernails – under tension , latex may rip . When your body is inside , insert your hands into the sleeves . It helps , if they are lubricated with latex polish-lubricant on inside . Then smooth out any wrinkles on the collar / hood and the sleees to keep the air from getting in .
AIR EVACUATION :
Safety first ! Before you turn the vacuumcleaner on , make sure :
that you can move your hands freely to access the valve , vacuumcleaner and your neck
that the collar / hood is not choking you and that it doesnt restrict your bloodflow . Same applies to the sleeves
Attach vacumcleaner to the vacbed . When the air is completely evacuated , disconnect the vacuumcleaner from vacbed and then turn it off . If you turn the vacuumcleaner off , while still conneced to vacbed , some air may get back into the vacbed , because for proper function , the valve needs sudden pressure change .
GETTING OUT :
Simply pull the collar / hood away from your neck . Vacbed will instantly inflate . Then pull your hands out of the sleeves and squeeze them around your neck outside . Now using your hands to expand the neck opening , get the rest of the body out .
After each use , wash the vacbed with soap and water ( both inside and outside ) . Then let it dry on dark and cool place . After it dries on one side , turn it inside out , so both sides can dry .
IF THE VACBED DOESN´T HOLD VACUUM
If the vacbed holds vacuum for no more than five minutes or so , you need to find the leak . Usually its caused by some wrinkle somewhere . Check that the collar / hood seals around your neck properly . Check the sleeve around the valve . Check sleeves and make sure that they are wrinkle-free and that they seal properly around your wrist . If this doesn´t help , check the valve : dip about 2 cm of the narrow end of the valve in the water and try blowing into it from other side . There must be no bubbles coming out of it . If bubbles do come out , try running some water thru it , let it dry completely and then put few drops of silicone oil into it ( from the narrow side ) . Then test it again .
If you have any problems whatsoever and you don´t find answer in this manual , please feel free to ask questions .
We wish you many pleasant moments with our latex vacbed.