Can you use HI-FLOAT in latex balloons?
Yes, ULTRA HI-FLOAT can be used to prolong the life of air-filled balloons. Check out our Air Filled Balloons video. HI-FLOAT prevents air from escaping through the walls of a latex balloon. It actually does an even better job of preventing loss with air than it does with helium.
How long will Latex balloons last with HI-FLOAT?
about 2-3 days
11” latex balloons generally last between 12-20 hours filled with helium, and about 2-3 days when treated with Hi-Float.
What does high float do for balloons?
What is ULTRA HI-FLOAT? It’s a patented liquid solution that dries inside latex helium-filled balloons to form a coating that helps hold in the helium. A single squirt inside the balloon keeps it floating longer – up to 25 times longer!
Can you use HI-FLOAT in bubble balloons?
Do not use HI-FLOAT products or Balloon Shine on Bubbles or latex balloons inside Bubbles. Bubbles are pop resistant, but not pop proof. They can withstand outside pressure changes. However, exposing them to extreme heat or sharp objects may cause them to burst.
Can you use HI-FLOAT without helium?
ULTRA HI-FLOAT is not just for use with helium. It can also be used to prolong the life of air-filled balloons. Check out our Air-Filled Balloons video on YouTube. HI-FLOAT prevents air from escaping through the walls of a latex balloon.
What make latex balloons float?
Balloons float because they are filled with helium! Balloons can be filled with different types of gas.
Can you use hi-float without helium?
Does Hi-float really work?
Ultra Hi-Float’s guarantee of 25 times that time would equate to a staggering 18.75 – 24 days of rise. And here we are at 28 days, with roughly three quarters of my balloons still floating high! All I can say is it does work, and it does work well.
How do you make latex balloons last longer?
How to Keep Latex Balloons Longer
- Keep the latex balloons away from heat. Keeping them in cooler temperatures will prolong the life of the latex balloon.
- Use a 60/40 inflater to inflate your latex balloons.
- Spray hi-float into your balloon before using a 60/40 inflater.
- Keep the balloon tied tightly.
What can I use instead of HI-FLOAT?
STP brand “Son of a Gun” can be used on the outside of a latex balloon (instead of Hi-Float) to prevent the chalky oxidation that results from long exposure to air.