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PAINTING THE WORLD HAPPY ONE BALLOON AT A TIME!
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 Best Balloon Practices

1. Dispose of broken or discarded balloons. Never give
balloons to small children. Choking and suffocation can
occur. Adults should always supervise children with
balloons.
2. Latex Allergies – although it rarely occurs, some people
are known to have. Latex balloons are made of natural
rubber latex and are biodegradable, but may cause
allergic reactions in people who are allergic to natural
rubber latex. Education is important on how to purchase
balloons and not be affected. Mylar balloons are a good
substitute.
3. Do not release balloons into the air. Although it is very
rare, problems can occur if they become tangled in power
lines and they can turn into roadside litter if not disposed
of properly.
4. Keep helium balloons secured to a weight. All balloons
should be tied securely to a weght 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.
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