Since our inception, we have always made it a compulsion to produce the very finest quality flags, to easily make our customers fall in love with them. However, all flags require reasonable care to provide maximum service and satisfaction, and to help extend it’s life to the fullest. After all, flags are not just a piece of cloth! It’s a symbol that generates pride, solidarity and unity. So, the least it deserves is your careful attention. The lack of a little care due to carelessness or lack of resources will ultimately have your flag retired sooner. In addition, it would eventually burn a hole in your pocket! Thus, below are a few simple tips & suggestions, to help you enjoy your new flag longer...
Larger flags naturally represent a more significant investment and as such, should be given maximum attention and protection. Pay special attention to paragraphs # 4, 6 & 7 and ensure to keep your flag in good repair.
Experience has proven that this is an impossible question to answer accurately. It is like predicting the weather, airborne contamination, and the treatment people will give a flag.
The major enemies of a flag are wind, water, sun, pollution and of course, carelessness. Neither you nor we can control the weather, but you can take good care of your flag and lengthen its life by following simple tips. Occasional washing in warm mild-detergent water will prevent dirt and pollutants from attacking the fabric. To prevent mildew, let your flag dry thoroughly before storing it. Have your flag repaired at the first sign of fraying; don't wait for it to be blown to shreds. Continuous day and night display will shorten a flag's life. Tests have shown that in some cases, a flag flown 24 hours a day will last only one-fourth as long as one flown only during daytime. Hence, if your flag is not illuminated at night, you should consider taking it down to appreciably lengthen its life.
Our flags are manufactured to give maximum service in return for reasonable care and prudent use. Remember, no two flags receive identical wear & tear because weather conditions vary & consequently, the life of each flag is different.
Regardless of how well it is manufactured, constructed and stitched, a flag is, after all a fabric and will sooner or later succumb to the elements. Your flag works hard. It shakes…it trembles…it drapes…it whips…it snaps…it chafes…it bakes…it freezes…it ripples…it flutters…it quivers…it furls…it rolls…it twists…it flaps…it strains…it flies…it unfurls…it hangs! Is it any wonder that it needs to be replaced three to six times a year?
The best way we know to ensure 'PAISA VASOOLI' of your flag, is to keep three flags: one flying, one in the wash that is interchanged regularly with the first one & another clean one in reserve that is used only during special occasions/events.