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  • Elizabeth Lewis

    no helium needed to fill balloons for parties... just vinegar and baking soda! I NEED TO REMEMBER THIS! this is important since helium is not a renewable source and is in such short supply.

  • Kay

    No helium needed to fill balloons for parties. How to: just vinegar and baking soda! I NEED TO REMEMBER THIS! this is important since helium is not a renewable source and is in such short supply. (no idea if this is true, but repinning to check out later - it should produce a gas, but not sure there's enough pressure to inflate a balloon, nor if it will float - can be fun project for kids tho) ************************************************ (repin) - #party #helium #balloons - ≈√

  • Ana Glez Hdez

    No helium needed to fill balloons for parties.....just vinegar and baking soda! i need to remember this! What You Need: baking soda, vinegar, plastic bottle, balloon, funnels. What To Do: Using a funnel pour vinegar into your bottle Fill about 1/3 of the bottle Using another funnel pour baking soda into balloon Fill balloon approx. 1/2 way Cover top of bottle w/balloon Make sure you don’t let the baking soda spill into the bottle prematurely When ready lift your balloon

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