Can someone explain the difference between a "Blow Mold" Christmas display and an "Air Blown" Christmas display?
Post some pics and links if you have any!
Blow mold lovers have a plastic fetish, Air blown users love things that inflate. Some people swing both ways and use both.
I have over 20 inflatables in my display and young kids love them. I found a website that sells blow molds, but how do u keep the blow molds up without them blowing over?
I like to use the blow mold because they don't have to be tied down, they only require one or two lights, they don't get ripped and last but not least they are already up unlike air blowns that sometimes don't inflate!
to one who posted on keep them from blowing over there several ways can do it one with whole on bottom u stick a wood stake in ground and put blow mold over top and then some do have a plug and you can put sand in it and then some u put a plastic lid on whole and put a bag under the plastic lid like candles you can drill whole and put metal stakes in bottom