Fabric Banners (Banners - PVC, Mesh and Fabric)
What Are Fabric Banners?
Fabric banners are printed on a 100% polyester, washable, wrinkle-resistant fabric. The polyester offers minimal light reflection, with a light sheen that enhances the dye-sublimated printed design and overall print quality of fabric banners. Further, the thin threads and tight weave of the banners result in an ultra-durable, lightweight banner. Multiple display options, fully custom printing, and the aesthetic appeal of these banners make them perfect for a wide range of indoor uses including in churches, events, businesses, in-store displays, and more.
Fabric banners are seamless up to 3M’ x 30M’, allowing you to get the size you need for nearly any application.
Versatile Display Options
- Hem: Each fabric banner is finished with a stitched hem, which reinforces the edges of the banner while giving it a clean, professional look. Hems are sewn with white stitching.
- Pole Pockets: Include 3” pole pockets on your custom fabric banner to allow it to be showcased in a variety of ways and settings. Pole pockets are available in a top or top and bottom configuration. Pole pockets are sewn with white stitching.
- Grommets: Grommets simplify hanging or attaching your fabric banner for displaying indoors. Grommets are an optional addition to the banner and can be placed every 12-18 inches, every 18-24 inches, every 2-3 feet, or in the 4 corners
How to Display Your Banner
For fabric banners with grommets, use cords, strings, or bungees to attach the banner to a stationary object, such as poles or fences. For smaller banners, the fabric is light enough to be hung using rope or ribbon for a more aesthetically pleasing look. You can also use screws and washers to install your banners to rigid backgrounds such as wood, walls, or concrete.
Pole pockets on your fabric banner allow for simple hanging for indoor displays, booths, and more. Extended outdoor use or display is not recommended for fabric banners due to the potential of irreversible damage to the fabric and colour fading when exposed to the elements.
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