Vinegar and baking soda are common household items that can be used to inflate a balloon when mixed properly. The process occurs from the chemical reaction between the items; baking soda is a chemical known as sodium bicarbonate, and vinegar is acetic acid. A vinegar and baking soda balloon inflation chart is an informational document that tells you how much of each substance to mix and how to insert it into the balloon.
Use Exploratorium.edu's "Balloon Blow-up" page. This page provides a chart that includes step-by-step, detailed instructions about the materials you will need and the process you will go through to blow up a balloon with vinegar and baking soda. Exact amounts are listed, and the steps are listed in the order they should be completed.
Use Science-House.org's "Balloon Blowup" page. This page details the amounts of the materials needed and the process. It also includes a breakdown of the scientific principles that are at work during the process.
Use West Virginia University's "Did You Know You Were a Scientist?" page. The page includes the materials you will need, the amounts of vinegar and baking soda required and what to expect during the process of blowing up the balloon.