Balloon Shine™ is a liquid that when applied to a latex balloon will help it from oxidizing (lose its shine) up to 10 times longer than a latex balloon not treated with Balloon Shine.
How to Apply Balloon Shine
- Hold the neck of the balloon in one hand while pushing the top of the balloon against a table.
- Apply half a spray to each side of the balloon.
- Evenly apply the liquid using the glove provided with the bottle. Do not over-apply Balloon Shine to a balloon.
- Slowly rub the liquid into the latex with the application glove. Using this method will help to avoid fingerprints on the balloon.
Treating balloons with HI-FLOAT® and Balloon Shine™ or High Shine
- Begin by treating the balloon with HI-FLOAT. See how to apply HI-FLOAT
- Inflate the latex balloon with helium.
- Tie the balloon and attach your ribbon. Don't forget to secure the balloon to a weight.
- Once the Hi-Float dries*, apply the balloon shine by following steps 1-4 listed above.
*It is important to let the Hi-Float dry before applying the High Shine. The liquid in the balloon needs time to evaporate in order to create the seal inside. If you apply the High Shine before the Hi-Float evaporates you will not get quality results. If Hi-Float is being used in a humid environment then you should wait for 3-4 hrs before applying Balloon Shine or Hi-Float and if it is a temperature-controlled environment then wait 1-2 hours. It is recommended not to use balloons in direct sunlight because it will damage and reduce the float time of your balloons.
NOTE: Do not use HI-FLOAT® products or Balloon Shine™ on Bubbles, or latex balloons inside Bubbles.