Betallic encourages our customers to use and promote the following smart balloon practises. • Keep balloons secured to a weight. All helium-filled balloons should be tied securely to a weight that will keep them from releasing into the air; be sure to individually tie each balloon to the weight, so if they become detached from the weight, they will be individual rather than “clustered” (tied together) balloons which can more easily become entangled in power lines. • Do not release foil balloons into the air. Although it is very rare, they can cause problems if they are tangled in power lines and can turn into roadside litter if not disposed of properly. • Keep deflated or popped latex balloons away from small children to avoid risks of choking. Children can choke or suffocate on uninflated or broken balloons; adults should always supervise young children —especially those under 8 years-old—with balloons. With proper care and use balloons can create a magical backdrop for your event. They are ideal for mixing and matching colours, heights, shapes, sizes, styles, designs. It is easy to look like a professional artist when you start off using the right tools on your canvas. The Max Float line has all the characters you could ever imagine to bring your theme together. No other single item can give you the impact that floating balloons provide at your celebration. Just add some curling ribbon in a complimentary hue sit back and enjoy the praise! The ethereal presence and unearthly quality is a delight for kids and adults. Place them singly on your seating tables for a unique centrepiece. Cluster them in corners to add flair to space that would have been wasted. Vary them on the food buffet serving tables to add drama and impact. For value and quality, put them on the top of your party supply list.
This product contains small parts and is a choking hazard so not suitable for children under 3 years old.