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Old 27-06-2017, 12:42 PM
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Default Thickness or is it thinness?
Taking, say, a regular 11in/12in party balloon from the packet, the thickness of the latex can be no more than about a mm thick. When air is blown/pumped into the balloon the latex obviously starts to get thinner. I have often wondered how 'thick or is it thin' the latex measures when as b2p'ers say, 'another half breath & there will be shards everywhere'. Not something really any of us can measure. The fully stretched latex must be wafer thin or even thinner & can't be measured. Any thoughts of a solution?
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Old 27-06-2017, 03:16 PM
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Default Re: Thickness or is it thinness?
Usually when I feel the balloon getting hard,is a good indication the loon will bust soon
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Old 27-06-2017, 04:16 PM
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When the sound of air entering the balloon changes that's usually when I'll stop!
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ask dr grelka on fetlife (blowing fetishists unite forum), he runs the inflation laboratory and he does all sorts of pressure measurements. he might know about latex thickness.
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