Signs You Need a New Double-Sided Banner

Posted by Dan Dix on December 30, 2016

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When it comes to double-sided banners we often forget that these handy marketing tools need to be maintained and eventually replaced.

Quality banners are designed to withstand the elements. But like everything else in this world, banners don’t last. You can expect a good banner to last a while, months or even a few years with low usage. But banners age like anything else and with time, the color fades and the pop and pizzazz of your beautifully crafted sign crumples in the wind.

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So before you find yourself staring at a banner that’s falling apart, here are some signs that you need a new banner:

  • The color of your banner is fading
  • Wrinkling in the fabric
  • The banner is cracking or tearing
  • Curling of the banner’s edges
  • Mildew or mold growth
  • The grommets (holes for hanging) are coming apart
  • Fraying of the fabric/vinyl

It’s always a good idea to inspect your banner occasionally to ensure that your sign isn’t falling apart and creating an eyesore for your event or business. Be sure to also use quality fabric so that your banner will last and you won’t have to keep buying a new double-sided banner every few months. Bantex is a great fabric option for your next banner project. The specialty fabrics feature qualities that include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Flame retardant
  • Micro-textured for lower dot gain
  • Photographic print quality
  • Predictable color clarity
  • No edge curl for five years

Bantex textiles also allow full-bleed printing on 36” and 72” output.

For more information check out this testimonial on YouTube about Bantex banner textiles:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VTyPC-fbqY.

Bantex offers the best banner material on the market for digitally printed signs. Learn more about the Bantex Advantage and why it stands out from the rest of the competition.

Topics: Banner Fabrics, Graphics Media