How do I apply Balloon Glow and Balloon Glow Pro?

1. Use a drop cloth to protect the floor from surface spray when treating balloons, and removing them. 


2. Important: Adjust the spray applicator to the finest mist setting - the product will not apply to balloons properly if this step is not followed. 


3. Point the applicator 12-inch from the balloon and apply one even coat in an up and down continuous motion. Resist over spraying, if dripping occurs too much has been applied. No buffing is needed. 


For Balloon Glow Pro only: Balloons will reach their full shine and color

intensity in about 20 minutes. Tip: To extend the life of the trigger sprayer, periodically

remove the sprayer from the bottle and spray any remaining product back in the bottle, then flush

the sprayer straw with running water and spray a few times.


Can I use Balloon Glow & Balloon Glow Pro on balloons that are already oxidized?

Yes, can restore the shine and prevent future oxidation on balloons that are already oxidized.


Should I treat my balloons with Balloon Glow & Balloon Glow Pro immediately after inflation, or can I wait?

Balloons that have oxidized can be restored to a fresh state, we recommend

treating balloons immediately after inflation. Balloons that have oxidized tend to

require more product to restore than balloons that have not oxidized.


What is oxidation?

Oxidation is a chemical reaction that occurs when oxygen comes in contact with a substance. Oxidation results can be seen on latex balloons when colors fade and fogging occurs.


Why was Balloon Glow No Buff Shine & Protectant developed?

Note: Balloon Glow is sometimes referred to as “Balloon Glow Original” since

the inception of Balloon Glow Pro.


       Balloon Glow wasn't originally intended to be sold. The product was developed by professional balloon decorator and entrepreneur DW Greenhoward more than 10 years ago as an effective way to polish

and protect his clients' balloon sculptures from oxidation that wouldn't be costly or time-consuming. Balloon Glow was informally introduced at the World Balloon Convention in Dallas, Texas, and made available to the public for purchase in 2012. 

Shop for Balloon Glow 

For the Material Safety Data Sheets please see the attachment below.


The Difference between Balloon Glow and Balloon Glow Pro


Balloon Glow PRO is water-based formula & has a short dry time solvent-basedBalloon Glow is a solvent-based formula & is instant shine no dry time is needed.



Balloon Glow

Balloon Glow Package Level: Each



Sku: P032 Balloon Glow PRO (32 oz.) GTIN-12 (U.P.C) 0085002890405

BG-P032-90405

Product Detail:

A water based, no buff, easily applied spray polish to create a permanent shine and prevent oxidation on all types of latex balloons. Intended User: Professional balloon decorators.


Sku: P010 Balloon Glow PRO (10 oz.) GTIN-12 (U.P.C) 0085002890409

#BG-P010-90408

Product Detail:

A water base, no buff, easily applied spray polish to create a permanent shine and prevent oxidation on all types of latex balloons.

Intended User: Professional balloon decorators.


Sku: 0032 Balloon Glow (32 oz.)

GTIN-12 (U.P.C.): 00850028904008

#BG-0032-90400

Product Detail:

A no buff, easily applied spray polish to create a permanent shine and prevent oxidation on all types of latex balloons.

Intended User: Professional balloon decorators. 32 FL OZ (1QT) 946 ML.

 


SKU: 0016 Balloon Glow (16 oz.)

GTIN-12 (U.P.C.): 00850028904015

#BG-0013-90401

Product Detail: A no buff, easily applied spray polish to create a permanent shine and prevent oxidation on all types of latex balloons. Intended User: Professional balloon decorators. 16 FL OZ 473 ML


Sku: 0128 Balloon Glow (gal.) GTIN-12 (U.P.C.): 00850028904039

#BG-012-90403

Product Detail: A no buff, easy-to-apply spray polish to create a permanent shine and prevent oxidation on all types of latex balloons. Intended User: Professional balloon decorators. 128 FL OZ (1 Gal)

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