How do you care for your Balloon Bouquet?
Try to keep your bouquets out of direct heat (heater or sunlight through a window). This will help the life of our bouquets.
Try to keep them on clean surfaces that don't have any sharp substances that might cause the balloon to pop.
Try not to move them from different temperature rooms. If the balloons have been put in an airconditioned room, then moved to a warmer room on a hot day this will result in the balloon expanding and then probably popping. This can also happen when being moved from a warm environment to a cooler one, the balloon will start to contract and the balloons will start to look musky or velvety on the exterior.
Latex balloons that are inflated with air will eventually deflate. This is because latex is a porous material, and the gas/air molecules inside the balloon pass through the surface which then eventually causes the balloon to deflate. Air-inflated latex balloons stay inflated considerably longer than balloons inflated with helium because air molecules are larger and slower moving than helium molecules, so air doesn't escape as quickly as helium.