RUBFAC 12-Inch Assorted Color Latex Balloons, 120-Count

Last updated date: August 13, 2020

DWYM Score
8.6

RUBFAC 12-Inch Assorted Color Latex Balloons, 120-Count

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In our analysis of 7 expert reviews, the RUBFAC RUBFAC 12-Inch Assorted Color Latex Balloons, 120-Count placed 7th when we looked at the top 7 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

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Expert Summarized Score
8.4
1 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
9.0
1,366 user reviews
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From The Manufacturer

120 12-inch high-end party balloons, in 12 rainbow colors, 10pcs per color

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An Overview On Balloons

Balloons are synonymous with celebration. Whether you’re having a birthday party for a child or having a wedding shower for the bride to be, balloons bring a lot of cheer to the event. They are great on their own or in bunches. Many people also make fun shapes like arches or garlands with balloons to make the event extra special.

The most common balloons are made out of latex. They are good quality balloons that need to be filled up with air. Some latex balloons can also be filled with helium gas.  Because these balloons cannot float on their own with just air, they are typically tied to strings or held up with plastic balloon sticks. If you do fill up regular latex balloons with helium, keep in mind that they will have a shorter life. Standard latex balloon are typically made in solid colors and can also come in metallic color varieties.

When it comes to balloons and kids, safety is always key. If a balloon pops at an event where there are young kids present, be sure to grab all of the pieces of the balloon. These can be major choking hazards for babies and toddlers. Also, if you have helium balloons, be sure not to inhale the helium. Although getting a high-pitched voice can be fun, the helium can also damage your throat.

DWYM Fun Fact

Having balloons at your event is a great way to celebrate, but sometimes you don’t need to have a party to blow up a few balloons. If you have kids, give them a balloon to draw on with a marker. They can make faces, draw patterns and make designs. Then when you blow up the balloon, they can see their artwork magnified. Attach a balloon on a stick or string to a gift to make the celebration feel more special. You can also create an art project with a balloon by gluing on sequins, pompoms and other fun items.

The Balloon Buying Guide

  • When you’re looking for balloons, consider what kind you want. Standard latex balloons are the most common and affordable option. Metallic latex balloons offer a little bit of glamour and are great for more formal events like weddings.
  • Consider how many balloons you will need for your event. You can find large packages of balloons that have 50, 100 or more units.
  • When it comes to color, balloons usually come in a variety pack with a wide range of colors. You can also sometimes find balloons in single color packaging. Match the colors of the balloons to the theme of your party. For example, if you have a kids’ birthday party theme that is on animals, you can use green and brown balloons to represent trees in the forest where the animals live. Or you can use black and orange balloons for tiger stripes. It’s fun to get creative with your balloon decorations.
  • Durability is key so that you don’t have lots of popped balloons at your event. Look for ones that are made out of thick latex. These are built to last and will not pop easily. To make sure your balloons last, avoid sun exposure, overheating and excessive friction.