WHAT TO DO (AND NOT DO!) WITH YOUR BALLOONS
Here are a few tips!
Cold affects helium balloons.
Helium floats due to it being thinner than air, but when it gets cold it makes it dense and therefore heavier than air, causing it to shrivel and sink.
Our Bubble Balloons are made of a thicker material, meaning they’re a lot more durable and can withstand the cold on their travels.
If you’re ordering our inflated Foil Balloons, please be aware they may look a little less plump on arrival.
Once returned to the warmth, you’ll hear them start to make little popping noises where the helium is expanding the foil balloon back to its rightful state
WHAT YOUR BALLOON DOESN’T LIKE
Please do not open hour box with a pair of scissors!
or let your balloon bob along through your house.
Coming into contact with sharp or hot objects
Sharp claws etc
Being dragged through doorways
Getting trapped in car boots or doors
Big or little hands that forget to hold on tight