Hi-Float – How to Increase the Life of Helium Filled Latex Balloons

Hi-Float Balloon Treatment is an incredible product that will increase the life of helium filled latex balloons by up to 25 times. If you are new to the balloon business, or have never tried Hi-Float before, this article will give you a great start. First, you will find out what Hi-Float is exactly. Then, you will be presented with some questions to ask yourself to see if the product is right for you. Finally, you will be provided detailed instructions on how to use Hi-Float Balloon Treatment.

What Is Hi-Float?

Hi-Float really revolutionized the balloon business. It was developed by Don and Marjorie Burchette as a way to keep helium filled latex balloons in the air for longer. Before this product was introduced, multi-day events had to replace their helium balloons every day because they would slowly leak helium. This made decorating with balloons very expensive. Hi-Float changed all that.

A regular helium filled latex balloon will slowly leak helium through the walls of the balloon as well through the knot at the bottom. Most helium filled balloons will only last about a day. Hi-Float is a substance that coats the inside of the balloon and keeps the helium in for a long time. With Hi-Float, an 11 "helium filled latex balloon can last between 1 and 4 weeks!

Is Hi-Float for you?

This product is incredible, but do you really need it? If you can answer yes to any of the following three questions, then you should seriously consider Hi-Float.

  1. Are the latex balloons for a business?
  2. Are you hosting a multi-day event?
  3. Are the balloons a gift for someone?

Basically, Hi-Float is perfect for anyone wanting their latex balloons to last more than 24 hours.

How to Use Hi-Float

Hi-Float products are incredibly easy to use. Below are step-by-step instructions on how to use this great product.

  1. Place your pump nozzle onto your bottle of Hi-Float
  2. Tighten the cap.
  3. Prime the pump by pumping until a little bit of product comes out.
  4. Included in the Hi-Float Pump Kit is a set of clips that will make sure that the correct amount of product is dispensed. Look at the guide, and attach the proper clip for your balloon size.
  5. Place your latex balloon on the pump nozzle as far as it will go. This will ensure that as you pump, product will not get in the stem of the balloon.
  6. Pump product into the large section of the balloon.
  7. Squish the balloon around so that the product even coats the inside of the balloon.
  8. Inflate the balloon as you normally would.
  9. Tie off your balloon.
  10. You're done!

Graduate Fashion Week

If you want to keep your finger on the fashion pulse, there is no better way than attending the annual event that is Graduate Fashion Week. Graduate fashion Week is a great way to find out about up and coming designers and know what is in store in the fashion future. If you find a designer that you like at Graduate Fashion week opportunities are you may be able to get hold of their creations for a fraction of the price of some of the more established designers. You can look original, support British designer talent and possible bag your self a real investment. Previous winners of graduate fashion week that have spring boarded to success have included Christopher Bailey, Giles Deacon, Hussein Chalayan, Stella McCartney, Danielle Scutt and Amy Molyneaux.

Graduated Fashion Week was launched in 1991 as a forum to showcase the very best BA graduate fashion design talent in the UK. This year the annual event took place from 8th-12th June at Earls court and concluded with a grand finale Gala awards evening. Scouts from all over the world attend graduate fashion week hoping to spot the next big British talent with a touch of that quirkiness that makes British fashion so successful on a global scale. The event included a static exhibition and 23 shows over the four days. The show is sponsored by high street fashion store, River Island. The most outstanding collection is awarded the River Island Gold Award. The lucky winner will receive an impressive £ 20,000 prize and this is the only Award of its kind within UK fashion education.

Graduated fashion week is a show case for the best and worst of graduate talent and will often produce some hilarious results. It includes designs from weird to wearable and probably everything in between. But there is certainly an edginess and freshness about the whole event. Some of the Universities seem to produce amazingly talented designers in certain areas. Northumbria often shows some top prints, color and knits. Westminster and Kingston often produce some of the more bizarre creations. De Montfort's show is usually quite unique as it runs the best course in Europe for corsetry and lingerie. …