Balloon Cleaner?

by Charlene
(Baltimore)

Use Balloon Shine to keep your latex balloons clear and shiny for longer!

Use Balloon Shine to keep your latex balloons clear and shiny for longer!

Hi there! I am new to balloon design and really enjoy it. However, I noticed that latex balloons pick up everything from hair to lint and OMG dust. The balloons then look dull and of course 'dirty'. I wipe then down with a damp towel and that does help a little but I need to know if there is something else that can be done. I want the balloons to shine and not pick up anything.


Also I have been having a hard time trying to find the big clear trash bag to transport the balloons so it does not take me that long to complete my designs. Where can I get them?

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by: Anonymous

Thank you so much. I am sure this will do the trick. Thank you so much.

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How to Make Balloons Shine
by: Margit

Hi Charlene,

Try coating the latex balloons with a silicon compound (for example "Stay Clear", "Balloon Shine" or "Balloon Shield").

If you spray the balloon with the silicon compound and polish it with a cotton glove, the balloons will shine more and stay clearer longer.

Hope that helps!

Best,
Margit

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