What are mylar balloons made of?

Answer Mylar balloons are made from foil nylon; a material developed for the space program, and is covered in a metallic finish. They can be filled with either air or helium. Mylar balloons are not bio-de... Read More »

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How long do mylar balloons last?

A mylar balloon, or foil type balloon, filled with helium will stay firm for two to three days and inflated for buoyancy for approximately 2 weeks. A latex balloon filled with helium will stay infl... Read More »

How to Print Photos on Mylar Balloons?

Print digital photos directly onto Mylar balloons with a standard, top-loading Inkjet printer. Many manufacturers of large, colorful Mylar balloons provide special Mylar balloons designed to feed t... Read More »

How to Inflate Small Mylar Balloons?

Small mylar balloons are manufactured with a valve up inside the stem at the bottom of the balloon. The valve has to be opened to inflate or deflate the balloon. The easiest way to open the valve i... Read More »

How long do mylar balloons float?

According to Balloon Saloon, the typical mylar balloon will float for at least two weeks. Most remain completely full for up to five days. These balloons have a tendency to shrivel in cool environm... Read More »