How to Hang a Banner
Our vinyl banners are finished with heat welded hems and grommets in every corner and at intervals of every 2-4 feet around the banner edges. When you hang your banner, we recommend using all of the grommets supplied. If you only use a portion of the grommets, the banner may have undue stress which can lead to the grommets getting torn out.
Hanging the Banner:
You can use bungee cords, hanging clips, or zip ties to hang your banner on buildings or between poles.
How to Hang a Banner on a Fence Using Ball Bungees
We have several hanging accessories available to purchase with your banner:
If you are going to be hanging your banner over a street, please contact your city or local DOT for the street banner hanging requirements. If your local community has special requirements like wind slits, please contact a customer service representative with your special needs.
Cleaning & Storing Banners:
In order to make sure your banner lasts as long as possible, we recommend that you follow these tips.
If possible, avoid direct sunlight to avoid fading. You should also avoid high wind locations to prevent the wind from destroying your banner. If your banner is exposed to the elements, it might require occasional cleaning. If you are going to wash your banner, use lukewarm water. You can add dish soap to the water. Avoid using abrasive cleaning materials like power washers and brushes. You should only use soft towels to avoid scratching the banner and ruining the prints.
When your banner is not being used, make sure that you roll the banner up. Keep the printed side out when you roll the banner to protect the inks. To prevent the banner from bending, you should keep the box it was shipped in and store it in there. You should also keep your banner out of extreme heat. Avoid windows or other direct sunlight.
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