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Air Coolers Riverside Residents Need & Ways to StayCool this Summer

Averaging 100 degree temperatures in the summer, RiversideCalifornia is a hot area. That being said the population is about 303,871. Thecity is mostly dry and spans 81 sq. mi. So how do you stay cool whentemperatures are in the triple digits?

Below are ways to keep family, pets, and even yourself cooland comfortable on those dry, hot days.

Pool party fun

Pool with Beach Ball

Kiddy pools are a great way for you, your kids, and yourpets to keep cool. If you leave your pets outside during the day, bless themwith a pool to leap into and cool off. It's also a great way to keep your kidsentertained while on summer vacation.

Lots of ice

Stay hydrated. Make fun shaped ice cubes. Stock up on avariety of trays and freeze Kool-Aid for everyone to enjoy. Ice cold beverageswith fun shape ice cubes are a great way to take your mind off the heat. Make abatch of ice for your pet, too. Put it in their water bowl. Cats love this.Moreover, dogs like to chew on the ice as a treat.

Cooling devices

Invest in an evaporative cooler.Air coolers Riversideresidents need to maintain a decent temperature are the indoor/outdoor kinds.The units control dryness and make you feel cooler at the same time. Theirdesign relies upon cooled water molecules being blown through the machine andinto the air.

An evaporative air cooler will reduce the temperature by upto 20° and in some case, depending on the unit even more. This issignificant when it's 100° outside. Most of these coolers are portable sothey can be easily transported from one area to another.

Games Galore: Top 7 Water Games

Games are a great way to keep you, your kids, and your petsactive over summer. Many water games will keep you cool. Below is a list of themost popular so you can try them at home.


1. Water balloon toss

Grab a partner and stand across from them. Toss a waterballoon back and forth, stepping further back with each toss. For a variation,consider catching the balloon in a bowl, bucket, or towel.

2. Wet sponge relay

You'll need to fill two buckets filled with water, twoempty jars, and two large sponges (like car wash sponges) for this game. Form twoteams. Each team makes a line next to a bucket filled with water.

When the gamestarts, have the first member of each team put the sponge in the water, put iton their head, and run towards a jar at the other end of the playing area. Squeeze the water into the jar and run back. The first team to fill thejar to overflowing wins

3. Slip n Slide Sports

This is a game changer. Never mind the original Slip 'NSlide, this one has a basket ball hoop on the end so you can take your bestshot. This new version features "HydroGlide Technology" that promises an evenfaster ride.

4. Water soakers

If your kids love laser tag or paint balling then the NerfSuper Soaker Scatter Blasters are a great way for them to have fun and staycool. Kids get to tag each other or play water duel. Each soaker holds 22.5ounces of water and d blasts at least five streams at a target.

5. Sprinkler fun


Remember running through the sprinklers as a kid? It'salways fun and with all the options out there it's even more fun than ever. Trythe Little Tykes Super Spiral Sprinkler. Simply attach to the hose, toss thefour fun play balls into the water and watch them spiral up the sprinkler andshoot straight up into the air.

6. Water hopscotch

Take hopscotch one-step further with the Aqua Blasthopscotch game. This wet and wild version lets kids hop through geysers on anon-slip surface. It comes equipped with the hopscotch board and three playingchips.

7. Sizzlin' Cool Jump Rope Splasher

Keep your kids active with this fun option. It connects to the garden hose anddelivers an unpredictable water spray every time you jump.


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