How To Care for your Lawn Sails
Your Lawn Sails will add a splash of color where ever they live,
and can be changed with the Seasons or the Holidays.
Proper care will
help to extend its life, and provide more enjoyment
for you and your family.
Lawn Sails are made from a variety of fabrics, including
rip-stop nylon, Solar Max, and flag cloth.
A superior fabric will produce a superior quality of sal.
All of our Soundwinds Lawnsails are constructed of flag
cloth quality materials.
Please place your sail in an area that is convenient,
with easy access
and free of obstacles.
Fasten your sail to the pole provided with the strings
attached on the
lower end of the sleeve.
If mounted to a house or deck, we recommend a bracket
45 degree angle
Always take care that it is not rubbing on the house,
roof, trees, shrubs,
or other abrasive surfaces.
** Avoid Direct Sunlight
Remember that both direct and reflected sun can damage
your banner, sail or flag
over an extended period of time.
Be prepared to invest in a new lawn sail every year if
left in an intensely
sunny location or extreme wind / weather conditions.
For extended enjoyment, display your sail in a partially
or move it in & out of the direct sunlight.
Unless acidic, rain should not harm your lawn sails.
If you live near salt water, or in a dusty location, you
rinse your sail out in cool clear water, or use a very
Extreme wind conditions can also affect the lifespan
of your lawnsail.
Hemmed edges are best for most normal wind conditions.
The Sail & pole should be moved to a safe location
during any extreme
wind or storm conditions.
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