Jovitec Latex Confetti & Metallic Balloons, 30-Piece
Last updated date: September 2, 2020
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includes 10 pieces black balloon, 10 pieces red balloon and 10 pieces red black confetti balloon, 30 pieces in total. Material: these thickened balloons are made of durable latex, they can reach 30.5 cm/ 12 inch in diameter when inflated. Easy to use: can be filled with air, blowing them up is very easy with a balloon pump, then tied with ribbons or strings.
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An Overview On Metallic Balloons
When your event simply must stand out, turn to metallic balloons for a stylish touch. Metallic balloons come in different sizes, with 11 inches and 12 inches being the most common. You can find many other sizes as well, in countless standout colors.
Metallic balloons are sold in different-sized packs, too, from around 50 to over 1,000! Your order may include one or two popped balloons, but this is part of the normal manufacturing process. Read reviews to learn whether the company you plan to buy from is notorious for too many defective balloons.
Balloon colors often look slightly different after they are inflated, but quality metallic balloons should retain their bright shine. It is fun to mix colors and coordinate them with your other party decorations. Many people create fun themes and choose matching colors.
Metallic balloons need to be inflated with air or helium. Air-filled metallic balloons last around two days, while helium balloons stay inflated for about one day. Remember that air-filled balloons do not float.
To inflate balloons with helium, locate the opening on the bottom (tail) of the balloon, and push it into the pump or tank’s nozzle. Hold it in place while pressing the nozzle down. When it is filled enough, pull out the tail and pinch it shut. Keeping the tail pinched, wind it around your fingers and tie it into a knot.
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Some people think it’s funny to swallow helium from balloons or tanks, because it makes their voices sound silly. Helium’s low density allows sound to travel twice as fast, so voices travel faster across vocal cords. This party trick can be dangerous, though, because people can faint from the lack of oxygen. Serious injuries are rare, but to be safe, helium is best left inside the balloons.
The Metallic Balloon Buying Guide
- When you order your balloons, make sure to also buy matching ribbons (or contrasting, if you so choose) to go with them.
- Search online for creative ways to display your balloons. Arches, banners and garlands are not overly difficult to make once you learn how.
- Do not overinflate balloons, as this makes them more likely to pop. Hot sun and high temperatures are also not good for metallic balloons.
- Keep metallic balloons away from children under the age of eight.
- It can be difficult to blow up a lot of balloons in a row, so you may want to buy an electric air balloon pump or helium tank.