How to set up a Jello Wrestling Pool
Buying the Pool
There are many options when searching for a Jello Wrestling pool to use with our Jello Wrestling Crystals.
Obviously with any inflatable pool there is a chance the pool may get a puncture, especially considering the action in a jello pool can get quite rough. For this reason we recommend you purchase a three ring pool. That way, if one ring deflates you still have two rings holding the pool up. We have never been to an event where all three rings have deflated together which means the bulk of the jello has always remained in the pool.
We believe the best pools available for jello wrestling are the 120 inch octagonal pools. These pools are a little larger than most which gives you plenty of room to toss each other around in the jello and also allows room for extra people to get in on the action. The pools have a 477 gallon capacity. We recommend you purchase 2 to 3 bags of jello for a pool this size to fill the pool around half way.
If you are on a slightly tighter budget the 120" x 72" pools are your next best bet. They are just as long but not quite as wide. The pools are a bit cheaper and also you will not require as much jello. These pools are still a great size for one on one jello wrestling fights. The capacity is 262 gallons. One bag of jello will fill the pool a little under half way which is generally plenty for slippery jello wrestling games.
If your looking for a strong thick rope for jello tug of war we recommend at least a 1.5" to 2" thick rope that is 40 to 50ft long to allow for lots of participants to get in on the fun.
How to easily dispose of the jello after the event
Our Jello does not Stain!
Warning! Some brands of real jello and some of our competitors jello wrestling products do stain clothes. Stick with us for stain free wrestling.
Promoting your event
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St Patty's Day
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Jello Wrestling Rules, Ideas and Info
The product is simple to set up. Simply pour the jello wrestling mix into your jello wrestling pool, add water, and wait for the jello to set. The product does not require refrigeration and water can be added hot or cold to cater for all seasons. If you are planning a jello wrestling event in the colder months simply top up the jello wrestling pool with hot water before you begin the jello fights.
Jello Wrestling Supply distributes jello wrestling supplies to every state in the USA for the one flat rate. Bulk jello wrestling discounts are available on request for large orders. Our jello wrestling products have been shipped world wide for eight years. Contact us for a quote if you are outside the USA.
Ordinary jello takes much more work to make and requires a huge amount of fridge space. Our jello wrestling product does not require boiling water or refrigeration.
View the simple "how to make a jello wrestling pool" video above to see just how easy it is to make a jello wrestling pit when you purchase the supplies bought at jello wrestling supply.com.
Jello wrestling is enjoyed equally by male and female jello wrestlers.
Standard Jello wrestling rules for jello wrestling competitions are best of five rounds with the winner of each round pinning their opponent in the jello for a full three seconds. Another variation is that wrestlers must remove the shirt of their opponent to win a round. Many people adapt the jello wrestling rules with their own house rule variations. Spectators can place their bets on who will win each jello wrestling round or match. Jello wrestling can be a fun way to raise money for special causes, groups or foundations. Funds can be raised by spectators taking bets or entry fees into the event.