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Banner Care

Some banners are inexpensive items purchased for a 1 time special event, meant to be discarded after a week or two.

In other instances, they represent a significant investment that will be used over and over again. In that case, it pays to know how to care for your investment. Banners last longer when properly stored. That means rolled up, either around a cardboard core and/or rolled and put into a canvas storage case. Folding can sometimes cause creases that over time will show up when the banner is hung. Canvas storage bags are available and help keep the ropes and banner from slipping apart when storing and handling.

If the banner has been laminated with a protective clear coat, then the laminate side should always be rolled to the outside to prevent tunneling.

Consider your storage facility. It needn't be elaborate, but it shouldn't be subject to extreme temperature variations either.

Steel Rule Die Cutting
Steel rule die cutting is a common process used to cut a range of sheet materials including paper, cardboard, rubber and plastics. Most standard cardboard boxes and packages are made using this relatively straightforward technique. In addition to cutting out shapes, steel rule die cutting can be used to create creases, perforations and slits. Steel rule die cutting provides precise and clean cutting. Steel rule die cutting of pressure sensitive materials (label sets, decals, etc) can be either a kiss cut or a cut through. In the former the backing of a pressure sensitive sheet is left intact. In the latter the substrate is cut all the way through. Dies for repeat jobs are stored here.
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