Can I use my Dockie in a Pool?
If exposed to high levels of some brands of pool shock over an extended time, the foam material may expectance premature aging. Please check the label of your pool chemicals for warning information.
What chemicals can damage the Dockie?
Please keep your Dockie away from nasty stuff like bromine (in some older insecticides), non-diluted sodium chlorite, trichloroethane solvent, trimethylbenzene fuel additive, aqua-regia etching solutions.
How do I maintain my Rubber Dockie?
Just unroll your Dockie and play! If the Dockie gets a little dirty just wipe it off. At the end of the season, simply take your Dockie out of the water, hose it off, dry it and roll it back .
Can I tow my Dockie behind a boat?
No, never tow the Dockie behind a boat or water craft. Towing the Dockie behind any kind of watercraft or boat voids the warranty.
Can I leave the Dockie out all night?
To keep your Dockie in the best shape we recommend to keep it rolled up when not in use.
How is the best way to attach my Dockie to a dock or boat?
Each Dockie comes with a break away tether. Make sure your Dockie is able to drift safely and always make sure your Dockie is a safe distance from any hard surface, such as a dock or underwater obstruction.
Will sharp objects puncture my Dockie?
The Dockie is not indestructible, please keep away from sharp, projecting objects or edges. Sharp objects (dog claws, jewelry, fishhooks, etc.) might scuff or slightly tear the foam surface (but they will never deflate the Dockie). These minor surface abrasions in no way affect the fun, safety or buoyancy of the Dockie.
Can I jump onto the Rubber Dockie?
The Rubber Dockie is not a trampoline; do not jump onto the Rubber Dockie.
Will the Dockie fit on my boat?
The Dockie is the ideal boat accessory, simply roll your Dockie up and stow on deck. The Dockie easily rolls to about a 24-inch diameter and is six feet wide.
Is the Rubber Dockie Made of Rubber?
No, unlike the name, the Rubber Dockie is made of closed cell foam. "Closed Cell Foam Dockie" didn't sound very cool.