Your safety is important to us. To better protect your health and safety we provide this notice explaining our online information practices and the choices you can make about the way you handle and use WinkBalloons products.
Do not inhale the helium from a balloon. This can cause you to lose consciousness due to insufficient oxygen in your lungs hence causing asphyxiation.
Do not release foil balloons outdoors as they are constructed of electrically conductive material (foil) which can become entangled in electric lines causing power outages and damage.
Discard broken, un-inflated balloons as they can be choking hazard to children.
Do not leave small children unaccompanied by an adult with latex or foil balloons.
On a hot day and in direct light balloons may pop within a hour. This can also occur indoors if they are exposed to direct light . Also with a very cool environment this can cause a reduction in size and float time so ensure your balloons are stored well.
Static can cause balloons to pop. If you wish to release the balloons indoors ensure that they remain anchored for around five hours and then release.