Metalized Balloon Film by Fluffy

The Largest Private Source for Metalized Balloon Film in the World

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I'm amazed at the creativity and mastery that's out there !  :)

More info on the About page

AVAILABLE COLORS, WIDTHS AND PRICING:

Minimum order:  10 yards

All my film is heat-sealable and all the photos are pictures of my film or made using my film.   

Please note:  Film ordered by the yard will be gently folded and mailed in a USPS Priority Mail box, and provides the best protection to the film, and it's the best price domestically and internationally. 

44" width - $3.50/yard - Colors: gold, yellow, purple, red, orange, lavender, white, dark blue, light blue, pink, dark green, light green, turquoise (Made in China)  BTW, this photo is my film & colors  - see the bottom of FAQ page for all film thickness measurements and more about PlantWrapz.


37 3/4" width - $3.75/yardColor: silver (Made in the USA by Glenroy, Inc. .48 MIL METALIZED BIAX NYLON .65 MIL LLDPE)


28" width: -$ 1.50/yard  Color: silver with white stripes (left), gold with silver stripes (not shown), , or honeysuckle pink (left).  All 28" film has black ink logo on under side of the film every 28" - and is shown on honeysuckle pink roll here)


Check out the thorough review of my film on a niche airship modellers forum!  There's lots of information including how to make a valve.  Start post/comment #27 through #34 

Here's the link:

(https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?782403-Best-place-to-buy-mylar/page2)

 


Also selling full rolls - (see the About page) 


And here's another really talented guy's 12ft/3.7 meters long envelope....


MAKE YOUR OWN CUSTOM BALLOONS!  


The picture (left) is my film which was used to make one of the 3,000 custom (arrow) balloons created for the You Are Here art exhibition in 2015. (


    

All the film I sell is heat-sealable and easily!

He used my Silver 37 3/4" film made by Glenroy, Inc. (WI, USA) and used the shiny side inside and the heatsealable side on the outside, to give a matte appearance. 

Use a rolling heat-sealer or a household iron (see FAQ page)

and make your own designs!