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When you decorate a party with balloons, the following tips you have to pay attention to. As a balloons supplier, I’d like to share it with you.

Balloons party

Watch Out for Helium

Helium balloons are very suitable for decoration, and the gas and the balloon itself are very safe. The safety risks associated with helium come from the heavy, high-pressure cylinders that store them. If you fill your balloons with party helium, please store and handle them carefully. Only authorized adults can manage these cylinders. When inflating the balloon, always point the nozzle on the helium cylinder away from you, and double-check that it is firmly seated and fixed upright before starting to use it.

Avoid High Temperature

Do not leave the balloon in a high temperature environment for a long time. Helium expands at high temperatures, which may cause the balloon to burst!

Precautions for Children and Pets

Balloons may cause more suffocation deaths. In addition to suffocating or inhaling broken balloon fragments, some children actually inhale uninflated balloons when trying to inflate.

Also, uninflated or burst balloons may present a suffocation hazard. Do not leave them unattended for children under 8 years of age. Store balloons away from pets to ensure that they will not become entangled in balloon ribbons or accidentally swallowed burst balloons or their decorations, such as confetti, feathers, or other materials. If the balloon bursts, remove any broken balloon debris immediately.

The Danger of Allergies

Most balloons are made of natural rubber latex, which may cause allergies. If you experience allergies, please pay attention to the symptoms and seek help immediately.


When the latex balloon is exposed to high temperature and sunlight, the transparent balloon will quickly become cloudy. This is due to the easy oxidation characteristics of latex.

Pay Attention to Ceiling

Lights, paint textures, irregular surfaces, and even static electricity can cause balloons to burst. If you plan to place the balloon on the ceiling, make sure to test it first. Avoid sharp or rough materials and edges.

Dealing with Used Balloons

At the end of the life of the balloon, cut off the end of the balloon with scissors to remove any air or balloon gas, and then discard it in the trash can. Do not release balloons into the environment, as they may be entangled in trees or wires.

Windmill has different types of balloons for sale; if you want to learn more about our products, please contact us.

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