Heat Resistant Custom Balloons

by Yiyu

Hi there,


I am looking for custom balloons that can be heat-resistant up to 170 degrees.

Since we want to do an ironing demonstration, that we put an iron on the balloon, and it doesn’t pop. (The iron’s temperature is lower than the normal irons)

Please let me know as soon as you see this e-mail.
Thanks for your support.

Best regards
Yiyu


ANSWER

Hi Yiyu,

That is quite an unusual question! Are you looking for a heat resistant latex or foil balloon for your demonstration?

A foil balloon wouldn't pop, I guess, as you can use heat sealers or irons to seal them if they don't have a self-sealing valve.

What I've heard about latex balloons is that they are fire resistant if you fill them with water. You can read about these kind of science experiments here.

Perhaps this setting would work for your experiment too?

Hope that helps,

Margit

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