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We have a feather banner, but it is badly ripped… Do you do REPAIRS?

Santos Tour Down Under banners

Feather banners when they’re bright & new… these are repairable!

YES!  We certainly do!

And repairs can be FREE in the first 12 months*. (*Some conditions apply.)

 

Bait & Tackle feather banner

Fishy banner in serious need of repairs!

 

Working in “SolarMax” 200 denier flag nylon, we’ve been able to reconstruct this damaged banner (above) so that it’s fresh and bright once more.

 

Lights Down South feather banner

Totally devastated? – NO! Fixed in 24 hours.

 

Australian weather conditions can cause serious damage, but since we keep the original patterns and all the fabric in our workshop, this repair (above) was ready to ship out within 24 hours.  Repair results show little evidence of the original devastation…

 

Repairing a feather banner

This banner had its Sorry-Looking SIZZLE repaired!

Six easy TIPS on how to extend the life of your feather banners…

 

1. Erect the banners away from trees, shrubs, power lines and gutters. In fact, stay clear of anything sharp.

 

2. At the end of each day, avoid dragging the banner along the ground by first rolling the flags around the poles, then carrying them easily at shoulder height.

 

3. Our banners can be WASHED (because we make them from 200 denier flag nylon) on the gentle cycle in a washing machine. Soiled areas (grease, mud) will clean up well with a pre-wash spray beforehand.

 

4. At the instant you first spot damage, don’t wait! Contact us to ask about our “Stitch in Time” repair service.

 

5. When used every day (in rain, shine, windy gales or sheeting hail) banners will certainly wear out quicker. Why not consider keeping them “off work” during the extreme-weather days to protect them from some wear & tear?

 

6. Last, but not least, read the instructions. They’re a valuable source of how-to-use-wisely tips.

 

And wise tips will ALWAYS save money!