Balloon Care



  • On hot days, in direct sunlight, balloons may pop within an hour. The same result can occur indoors if balloons are exposed to direct sunlight through windows.

  • Keep balloons and props away from extreme heat (Stoves, BBQ grills, fireplaces, candles etc.)

  • Cold environments may cause helium molecules to shrink, reducing the size and float time of balloons.

  • A constant breeze passing around a balloon (such as air conditioning) will increase the speed at which helium molecules escape through the wall of the balloon, resulting in reduced float time. Keep balloons away from any type of breeze for maximum float time. 

  • Do not breathe helium from a balloon. Helium is not toxic nor flammable but breathing it can result in asphyxiation (loss of consciousness due to insufficient oxygen).

  • Do not release balloons outdoors! Power failures can result if these balloons become entangled in electric lines and are harmful to animals.


Ballons are choking hazards. Children can choke or suffocate on un-inflated or broken balloons. Adult supervision is required. Keep un-inflated or broken balloons away from children. Discard broken balloons at once.

All latex balloons are made from 100% natural latex and are 100% biodegradable. Made in the USA