Care and Protection of Advertising Blimps and Advertising Balloons

Care and Protection Tips for Your Polyurethane Blimp and Balloon

Any questions call 1-800-791-1445.

Protect your Polyurethane Balloon or Blimp:

Your advertising blimp or advertising balloon tether line tie down point should be kept away from the public, such as on the roof of a building or up a tall pole.

Evildoers have been known to cut the tether line for the fun of it! To prevent vandalism, the product should be lowered and stored inside anytime your business is closed. This is especially true at night.

We provide balloon service at hundreds of location each year and we leave most the balloons and blimps up over the weekend. We are usually able to find a safe place in which to tether the balloon or blimp. When in doubt bring your balloon or blimp down and store safely.

Storage Tips for Your Polyurethane Balloon or Polyurethane Blimp

Your polyurethane blimp or balloon needs to be completely dry before deflating and storing for any length of time. The product should be stored in a climate controlled enviroment, free of moisture.

Rain will not harm your balloon or blimp unless you pack and store it before it is completely dry.

Call 1-800-791-1445 for more information on caring for your polyurethane helium blimp or balloon.

tough polyurethane helium balloons
How Tough are are balloons? Monsoon storm with winds above 50 MPH. Balloon came through it undamaged.

CAUTION! If folded damp or stored in a damp location, a fungus will develop that will eat holes in the material, which will destroy the balloon beyond repair.

A little care for your balloon or blimp will allow you to get the full benefits from your investment.

Call 1-800-791-1445 for more information on the care and storage of your polyurethane balloon or blimp.

Email: Sales@ArizonaBalloon.com

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Care and Protection Tips for Your Polyurethane Blimp and Balloon
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Care and Protection Tips for Your Polyurethane Blimp and Balloon
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How to care and protect your polyurethane advertising blimp or balloon.
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