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Balloon Smart Practice

 

  • Keep helium-filled balloons secured to a weight. A helium-filled balloon should be tied securely to a weight to keep it from releasing into the air.

  • Never release foil balloons into the air. When your party or celebration has concluded, pop the balloons and dispose of them properly. Although extremely rare, an escaped foil balloon could cause problems if entangled in power lines. Foil balloons can also become litter if not disposed of properly.

  • Keep deflated or popped latex balloons away from small children to avoid risks of choking. Children under 8 years can choke or suffocate on deflated or broken balloons, adults should always supervise young children with balloons

  • Never allow children to suck, chew or play with deflated balloons.

  • Supervise your children at all times if they are playing with balloons.

  • Discard all broken pieces of balloons immediately.

  • Adults should always inflate balloons for children.

  • Balloons can spread germs. Never put a balloon in your mouth after it has been in someone else's mouth.

  • Some people are allergic to latex. Foil balloons are an excellent choice instead of latex balloons in this situation.

  • Try to keep balloons away from faces. If a balloon bursts it can hurt an eye or face.

  • When inflating balloons with air, it is better to use a hand-pump than blow them up orally as they may burst in your face

Warning: 
Children under 8 years of age can choke on deflated or broken balloons. Adult supervision is required. Keep deflated balloons away from children. Discard broken balloons at once.

  • Never allow children to suck, chew or play with deflated balloons.
  • Supervise your children at all times if they are playing with balloons.
  • Discard all broken pieces of balloons immediately.
  • Adults should always inflate balloons for children.
  • Balloons can spread germs. Never put a balloon in your mouth after it has been in someone else's mouth.
  • Some people are allergic to latex. Foil balloons are an excellent choice instead of latex balloons in this situation.
  • Try to keep balloons away from faces. If a balloon bursts it can hurt an eye or face.
  • When inflating balloons with air, it is better to use a hand-pump than blow them up orally as they may burst in your face

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