Balloons are fragile perishable items, once balloons have left our care they're out of our control. The way you handle and care for them will affect the longevity of your balloons.
Avoid allowing your balloon to touch any object, every object can possibly cause damage or pop a balloon this includes bopping a balloon along a roof, doorway or wall etc!
Balloons don’t like extreme temperature changes hot/cold, humidity and sunlight.
Temperature changes can cause a balloon to deflate or pop. Keeping the balloon in one place with a stable room temperature will provide the longest lasting balloon.
Do not leave in cars where temperatures can get too hot/cold! In cold weather a balloon may look wrinkly after moving, it should recover after a while somewhere warmer. Balloons shouldn’t be left in a plastic bag, only use for transportation and for a short period.
Latex balloons can cause allergic reactions, in the case of symptoms please seek immediate medical advice.
Do not inhale balloon gas, inhalation can cause suffocation or in extreme cases even death.
Don’t use metallic ribbon with balloons as it may conduct electricity. Metallic foil type balloons can also conduct electricity so keep away from electric sources.
Balloons should not be released outside. Please dispose/recycle responsibly.
Balloons can pose suffocation and strangulation hazards, please keep away from small children, never leave unattended and immediately remove any broken parts.
Confetti Bubble/Personalised Balloon
To re-stick the confetti to the sides of the balloon, gently tip the confetti to the desired location and rub the balloon. How to video: here
As the balloon gradually deflates the writing may bubble/wrinkle, gently rub the writing to re-stick and flatten.