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What material are your full-color banners made of?
The material our full-color banners use is our 13 oz vinyl material. 13 oz vinyl is durable and the material naturally makes colors pop which presents your image with a bright, shiny appearance.
3 reasons to have 13oz scrim vinyl banners printed in full color?
- More eye-catching
- Printing your banner in full color will attract more eyes to your messages and images
- Top-of-mind advertising
- Using full, vibrant colors in your advertising campaigns will make your customers think of you whenever they see a similar color combination to yours.
- Complex banner design
- Some banner designs have more complex designs and will need a wider color range to portray images and designs effectively.
Do you offer large banners? Will my large banners have seams?
Yes, we do offer large banners and we can print them up to 16' x 50' without seams! To order or learn more about our large banners visit our oversized banners page.
Installation & Product Care FAQs
How do I clean my banner?
Your custom banner might require occasional cleaning. If you are going to wash your banner, use lukewarm water. You can add dish soap to the water. You should only use soft towels to avoid scratching the banner and ruining the prints.
How do I remove wrinkles from my vinyl banner?
After receiving your vinyl banner, you may notice it has some creases or wrinkles. This is due to it being rolled up and stored for shipping. If you wish to get rid of these unsightly wrinkles from your custom vinyl banner, we recommend two options.
The first and least hands-on approach is to simply unroll your vinyl banners and place them in the hot sun for a few hours and the wrinkles should come out.
The second option is more of a hands-on approach, and we recommend using a clothing steamer with a refillable water tank. Simply just use the steamer much like you would with a piece of clothing and this steamer should take the wrinkles right out!
For more information, check out our YouTube video on how to remove wrinkles from your banner.