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Balloon Care

Always take care when inflating balloons as over-filling may cause them to pop. 

 

HELIUM BALLOONS

Our larger balloons can be inflated with helium; if you're not sure, see each balloon listing to learn if it will float with helium or not. 

Balloons do not come inflated but can be easily inflated at your local party, craft, or dollar store. We recommend using a brass nozzle to ensure a strong seal and prevent damage to your balloon. 

If inflated correctly, these balloons will stay inflated for several days, even weeks.

If you don't want your balloon to float, and helium balloon can also be inflated with air using a straw. If you did not use helium, you may also top them up with air if they start to deflate. These balloons are self-sealing.

 

HANGING BALLOONS

Hanging balloons are designed with holes for string or ribbon. They will not float with helium due to their size, but they can easily be blown up using a straw. These balloons are self-sealing.

All hanging balloons come packed with string, and many come packaged with straws. We're working on sourcing wrapped straws so we can include them with all balloons.

If balloons start to deflate, top them up with more air. They can be re-filled several times!

AIR-FILLED BALLOONS

Some of our smaller balloons cannot be inflated with helium but may be inflated with air. If you're not sure, see each balloon listing to learn if it will float with helium or not. These balloons can be easily inflated using a straw and will self-seal. 

If balloons start to deflate, top them up with more air. They can be re-filled several times!