Queen air bed is a popular consumer product, as it is relatively inexpensive, comfortable and takes up little space when it is deflated. The inflation of the typical air bed is usually done with an automatic air pump or a manual air pump. Either of these options is effective and fast. It is easy to learn how to position the pump and inflate the bed.
Consult the user guide provided with your airbed to find out the best inflation method. Some beds can be inflated orally, and a pump is not necessary. Inflate your air bed orally. If your air bed is intended for oral inflation. You can do so by pulling the cap on the air valve, which blows, slow and firm breaths in the bed and secure the lid once the bed is empty.
Inflate your air bed with a pump. Insert the end of the air pump into the inflation valve. If it is an automatic pump, connect the pump to an open outlet and the power of the pump while maintaining the hose to the valve. If the pump is manual, pump manually while holding the nozzle on the valve. Remove the nozzle from the pump and quickly place the cover over the opening so that the air does not leak.