Floating time for foil Balloons are of at least 24 hours. However, for latex balloons, approximate floating time is of around 8 hours only. Depending on the surrounding temperature, floating time may varies. In general, putting the helium balloons in cold room, floating time may last up to 10 hours. Only recommended to collect from us/ opt for delivery on the actual event date.
- Ankylosaurus Foil Balloon – 100cm x 44cm
- Parasaurolophus / Paractenosaurus Foil Balloon – 100cm x 54 cm
- Latex Balloons – 12inch
Balloons include string (Approximate 1.8m) and helium inflation.
Points to Note:
- High temperature, exposure under the sun, friction and force etc will cause the balloon to deflate or explode.
- Parental guidance is recommended for children to use the balloons.
- Please discard defected balloons immediately.
- Please use air pump for inflating the balloons and beware of balloons exploding due to over-inflation.
- Foil is not stretchy so please don’t inflate the balloons too much.
- Beware of thermal expansion and contraction under different weather conditions.
- If there are small holes in the balloon and causes deflation, one could use tape to cover the holes and that should do the trick.
- Avoid any sharp objects and edges when placing the balloons.
- Regular air pump will NOT float the balloons. Helium could float larger size balloons.
- For regular air filled balloons, they could be stick to various surface by tape or hang by wire.
- If air could not go through at the opening tab, use a straw and insert until the blockage is cleared. Remove straw and continue with air filling.
Adult supervision is required as uninflated balloons can be a choking hazard. Keep uninflated balloons out of reach from children and discard broken balloons. Do not inhale helium gas at all time, it can be a health hazard.