After you’ve tied the balloon in Dubai, it will slowly start deflating. To ensure a longer life, there are some factors you should consider to make your balloons last longer. First of all, choose the correct size. Larger balloons deflate at a slower rate than small ones, so you might consider purchasing a bigger balloon to make it last longer. But remember to always store your balloons in a cool, dry place.
If you’re considering using HI-FLOAT balloons at your next event, here’s what you should know first. These latex balloons are coated with an environmentally friendly, non-oxidizing solution. This solution also makes them biodegradable and non-toxic, which means that they won’t cause harm to your guests. Using the HI-FLOAT solution extends the life of latex balloons five to ten times.
Whether it’s a birthday party or wedding, helium-filled balloons add color and dimension to the decor. Typically, these balloons last for about 5 days and are best stored indoors, out of direct sunlight, and at a consistent temperature.
Low-temperature glue gun:
Glue guns dispense melted glue in a variety of temperatures. Low-temperature glue guns are useful for bonding delicate materials. The low-temperature varieties are great all-around glue guns, perfect for everyday crafting and custom seals. You can find low-temperature glue guns in all strengths and different colors, including glow-in-the-dark versions. There are even specialty glues for use on wood and metal.
Avoid leaving balloons in the car overnight:
The most obvious way to avoid leaving balloons in a car overnight is to remove the seat covers and close the doors before leaving. If you can’t remove the seat covers, you can clinch the bottom of a large garbage bag. This will make the balloons much easier to transport. Make sure the balloons are tied well to avoid them from drifting around. Don’t leave them in a hot car either – air conditioning helps keep them cool.
Keeping balloons in the same temperature area:
If you are storing a balloon, the ideal temperature for them is the same as the room in which they were purchased. A cool area is ideal, such as under a staircase or in a cupboard, but a warm or brightly lit space is not ideal. This is because the balloons may burst due to their rigidity. If you are storing a balloon, the ideal temperature for it is around 25°C or below.