Guide: Caring For Your Outdoor Banner

These tips will help you properly clean and maintain your banner to keep it in the best possible condition

Keeping your Banner clean and shiny:

  • If your banner is kept out in the elements 24 hours a day, you should give it a good clean once every 3 months. 
  • If you keep the banner in storage, you should clean at least once per year, or after every other use.

To thoroughly clean your Banner you'll need:

  • Mild soap (Do not use harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners, as this will only damage the banner) 
  • A sponge or mop 
  • Hot water 

How to clean:

  • Wet with water and gently use your sponge to wipe away any excess dirt.
  • Rinse with clean water.
  • Finally, let it air dry completely before storing or re-hanging.

Storage Advice:

  • Make sure the Banner is completely dry before you roll
  • Always roll up, do not fold. Folding will cause creasing or crumples
  • Always roll up with graphics facing in
  • If possible, store in a round tube
  • Always store at room temperature
  • Do not store near a source of constant heat as heat will cause the banner to deteriorate and become brittle
  • Always store in a dry location
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