Qualatex Balloons | 160Q - MINI TRADITIONAL Assortment - 100 ct (3915)
5 in stock!
5 in stock!
What are the dimension of Qualatex 160 animal balloons?
Qualatex 160s are approximately 1” wide by 60” long when fully inflated.
What Colors are Included in the 100 count Qualatex Traditional 160Q Balloon Assortment?
Colors May Include: pink, pale blue, white, onyx black, quartz purple, sapphire blue, emerald green, ruby red, citrine yellow, and mandarin orange.
What is the Qualatex SPECIAL Assortment best for?
Qualatex balloons are high quality professional grade twisting balloons for small and large sculptures. The 160Q Assortment has 10 different colors that are perfect for creating all kinds of balloon animals, flowers, hats and other creations. Qualatex 160s are often referred to skinny minis because they are very long and thin. They are perfect for making all of your amazing balloon creations in a tiny scale! These super long and skinny balloons are also perfect for accessorizing your 260Q creations.
How do you inflate and twist animal balloon sculptures?
You will need to use a dual action hand pump to inflate 160 balloons. We recommend the Qualatex Pocket Pump for inflating these balloons because they have a very small opening, and the pump has a small nozzle. Before inflating, give your balloon a quick stretch and then carefully insert the tip of the pump into the hole and pull the rim of the balloon up the nozzle so that it doesn't slip off. Pinch the nozzle, securing the balloon to the pump and pump up the balloon. Carefully pull off the tip and tie a knot. Do not inflate your balloons too tightly or they will easily pop. Instead "burp" your balloon a little so that it is the right length for tying and twisting your creation. If you plan on making a lot of twist you will need to release a lot more air from your balloon. There are tons of instructional videos on Youtube that you can watch and learn to makes all sorts of cool balloon creations!
What else should I know about Qualatex Balloons?
Qualatex has been a leader in the balloon industry for over 100 years. Qualatex balloons are made in the USA and Canada. Their balloons are made of latex, so those with latex allergies should avoid contact with them. Make sure to store your balloons in a cool and dry place. Avoid leaving them in the direct sunlight or hot car or freezing conditions.
CHOKING HAZARD—Children under 8 years can choke or suffocate on uninflated balloons or broken balloons. Adult supervision required.