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Make Trampoline Spring Covers

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It really hurts when you get stuck on a trampoline spring and here is a cheap and easy way to cover them up so no one gets pinched unnecessarily ever again. This is also an excellent way to recycle any old pool noodles you may have lying around. Now isn't that a great way to use your noodle?

Trampoline spring covers
Trampoline spring covers

Time: 30 minutes


4 - 5 pool noodles (hollow)
Sharp knife or hedge clippers
1 trampoline

Trampoline spring covers
Pool noodle


Cut some pool noodles the length of your trampoline springs.

Trampoline spring covers
Cut the pool noodles

Use a sharp knife or some hedge clippers to slice each piece of pool noodle along the middle to make an opening on one side.

Trampoline spring covers
Slice up the middle

Attach each noodle onto each spring around the trampoline and rest safe in the knowledge that no one will get stung on the edge ever again. This will also prevent the springs from getting rusty too quickly and therefore lengthens the lifespan of your treasured backyard trampoline.

Trampoline spring covers
Attach each noodle

Trampoline spring covers
A great way to use your noodle

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