Coronavirus has cancelled a lot of things this year for everyone. Thankfully, one great thing that it hasn’t got its dirty little hands on is our sun! Mother Nature has treated us to an already long and at times, really quite hot summer. This in itself has been a welcomed positive in a deep, deep, sea of negatives and unforeseen challenges.
Another positive is that most of us are now able to entertain a few special guests in our gardens, meaning that we can take full advantage of the glorious weather we are being treated to. Those special birthdays, anniversaries, barbecues and small social gatherings are what we are living for right now and making them extra special seems to be the order of the year as we mourn anything more glamorous than the arrival of some fancy new garden furniture!
How to make that latex last!
Naturally, the relationship with our clients is always balloon related and of course at a time when we are seeing the number of external displays soar, we are keen to educate on how to make your balloons live a little longer and look a little better under the heat of the midday sun. Some of our clients order a fully assembled display, whilst others opt to tackle the construction of the balloons themselves with our DIY kits. Whatever you choose, we thought that it would be useful to share a little of our expert knowledge and advice with you so that you can ensure you get the best results for your hard earned cash.
The most important thing to remember is that balloons may not last as well outdoors as they will indoors, but this doesn’t mean to say that they won’t serve you well and there are a few tips and tricks that can earn your display a little more longevity.