How to make a mud wrestling pit?
All you need to make a mud wrestling pit is the mud wrestling package from Jello Wrestling Supply, an inflatable pool and some water. If you don't wish to use a an inflatable pool you can make a mud wrestling pit using sand bags, fertilizer bags, or hay bails, and a tarp. Instructions are provided further below.
How much mud do I need for mud wrestling?
The amount of mud you need for mud wrestling will vary depending on the size of your pool, and your budget. Generally the larger the pool, the better as this provides more room for wrestling. However a larger pool requires more instant mud, so remember to keep your budget in mind when deciding on the pool size. Once you have a pool selected you can work out the exact quantity of mud required by using our mud wrestling calculator. Select your pool shape e.g. rectangular, or round. For a round pool select vertical cylinder. Put in the internal length and width dimensions (or diameter for round pools) and the depth of mud you would like to have. A few inches of mud is generally enough for some slippery, sloppy action. The calculator will then tell you how many gallons of mud you need for your pool of pit. Each bag of instant mud powder makes 60 Gallons of mud. As a rough guide 2 bags of mud powder is usually a good amount for a standard rectangular pool. 3 or 4 bags may be required for some of the extra large round or octagonal pools. Order 2 or more bags to save 5% off the total price of the order.
What mud to use for mud wrestling?
- Each mud wrestling package will make up to 60 Gallons of a thick, slimy, slippery, mud by simply adding water.
- The mud wrestling mud sets within a few minutes meaning you will be ready for the slippery shenanigans in next to no time.
- Unlike regular mud, our mud wrestling package, is perfectly safe, smell free, harm free, and will not attract bugs or viruses.
- Instant mud feels disgusting yet marvelous at the same time.
- Dirty, sexy, hilarious fun!
How to make mud for wrestling?
Simply add the correct amount of water to your pool or pit (60 Gallons for each bag of mud powder), sprinkle in the instant mud powder while stirring. By lightly sprinkling in the powder and stirring as you go you will help to avoid clumping. Within a few minutes the powder will transform into a thick, sloppy, sludge that is perfect for wrestling in. The video below give a quick demonstration of the process.