We only use premium quality balloons and due to the fragile nature of the balloons we will not be held responsible for the condition of such items after they have been handed over in good condition. This includes but not limited to damage, leakage, burst, improperly handled/transported/stored items, exposure to heat or cool temperatures, exposure to outdoor elements, sharp edges items etc.
When using outdoors, unless the weather is completely calm, your balloon will move with the wind, react to the rain and possibly burst with the very hot sunshine. Most balloons are weighted if requested, we cannot guarantee that they will be able to sustain outdoor climates. Due to all the above we do not guarantee balloons outdoors.
BALLOON CARE INSTRUCTION
Balloons and Cars
It is important to get your balloons home or to your event as soon as possible. Balloons can pop when exposed to hot metal objects such as the outside of the car or seatbelt parts. Do not put balloons into a hot car or leave balloons in a hot parked
You can turn on some air conditioning or allow some breeze by opening some windows a quarter down.
Our latex balloons are biodegradable, it is normal that they become cloudy over time as they degrade. Heat, sun, and high humidity can amplify this process. Floating Time (Helium) 11 inch latex balloons will stay floating up to 12 to 14 hours depending on heat and humidity. If treated with Hi Float these balloons will last up to 2-3 days. Giant latex balloons will float for 24 – 48 hours with hi float up to 2 weeks. Foil balloons filled with helium will float for up to a week or longer.
Bubble Balloons will float up to 4 days but they are very sensitive. helium to expand and the balloon to burst. For helium balloons to last longer, put it in cooling places (20°C is recommended) and avoid hot places/surfaces (e.g. car Balloons for ceilings: Lights, paint textures, irregular surfaces and even static can all pop balloons.
If you are planning on placing your balloons on a ceiling please be aware that they can react.
Do not breathe helium from a balloon. Helium is not toxic nor flammable, however inhaling of helium can result in loss of consciousness due to insufficient oxygen.
To dispose latex or mylar (foil) balloons you should cut the end of the balloon with scissors to release any air or helium that remains, and then discarding them in your household waste (garbage).Do not release foil balloons outdoors. Power failures can result if these balloonsbecome entangled in electric lines.
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47A Chamberlayne Rd, Kensal Rise, London NW10 3ND
(Entrance on Kempe Road)
Tel: 0208 964 4410
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