Relax – HI-FLOAT is quick and easy to clean.
First, to help avoid a mess in the first place, allow adequate drying time for balloons treated with HI-FLOAT. We also recommend allowing balloons to dry for a couple of hours before handling them.
If cleanup is required, remember that HI-FLOAT is completely soluble in water, even after it has dried. It dissolves much more quickly in hot water.
On nonporous surfaces such as countertops, allow spilled HI-FLOAT to dry, then simply peel it up and discard.
On machine-washable fabrics, wash in warm or hot water, if possible. Presoak the item for a few hours if the HI-FLOAT has completely dried.
For dry cleaning, inform the cleaner that the spot is soluble in water and/or steam.
On upholstered fabrics, HI-FLOAT can be removed by dipping a toothbrush into a cup of hot water and rubbing the spot to soften it. Then blot with a dry towel. Repeat wetting and blotting several times as necessary. After drying, if any trace remains, repeat the procedure. Brush felted fabrics to restore nap.