The floating balloons adorn very beautiful and everyone loves them, especially the children. The disadvantage is that it is a little expensive to inflate them with helium and you must also look for a place where they do it.
To avoid expense and extra work to find who inflates them, I share this recipe that will give the same effect without using helium.
You will need the following materials:
- Sodium bicarbonate
- White vinegar
- Plastic bottle
Empty the vinegar in the bottle (up to half). You can use the funnel to make it easier.
Then fill half the balloon with baking soda with the help of the funnel.
Pressing the neck of the balloon so that the bicarbonate does not come out, place the balloon opening over the bottle’s beak. Once it is well placed, lift the balloon and let the baking soda come in contact with the vinegar.
The balloon will begin to inflate, then tie it down. Use a bow and pin it on something so it does not go away.
Repeat this procedure with all the balloons that you are going to inflate.
Ready, you will have balloons floating using materials that almost everyone has at home.