Useful advice

To best enjoy your balloons, follow these simple tips to safely keep them as long as possible.

  • Balloons expand in hot weather, so don’t leave them in a hot car or boot.
  • In cold weather, balloons contract and appear under inflated. Once they’re brought in from the cold, they’ll fill out.
  • If balloons get rained on and start to droop, don’t worry. Shake them off, they’ll float again when dry.
  • Microfoil balloons can conduct electricity if they come into contact with power lines. Make sure your Microfoil balloons are always attached to a weight, and never release them.
  • To make balloons float, they’re filled with helium, a non-toxic, non-flammable gas that’s safe for the environment. Don’t inhale the helium because it takes the place of the oxygen in your lungs, so you can’t get the oxygen you need.


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