Your Wind Socks 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 their life, and provide more enjoyment
for you and your family.
Windsocks are made from a variety of fabrics, including
rip-stop nylon, parachute cloth, SolarMax, and
A superior fabric will produce a superior quality of
Whether hung indoors or out, place your sock in an area
convenient, with easy access and free of obstacles.
Your sock can be hung from a deck, porch, dock, overhang,
But take care that it is not rubbing on the pole, house, roof,
walls, shrubs, or
other abrasive surfaces.
If mounted to a house or deck, we recommend a fiberglass
pole with a
bracket that has a 45 degree angle so that the sock hangs below the
Longer windsocks & socks with sticks, in particular, should hang at an angle,
straight up & down.
Adding a "swivel socket" tip will help the sock
to rotate 360 degrees
and avoid wrapping itself around the pole.
** Avoid Direct Sunlight
Remember that both direct and reflected sun can damage
over an extended period of time.
Be prepared to invest in a new sock every year if left in
For extended enjoyment, hang your sock in a shady
location, or move
it in & out of the direct sunlight.
Unless acidic, rain should not harm your sox.
If you live near salt water, or in a dusty location, you
rinse your sock out in cool clear water, or use a very
Extreme wind conditions can also affect the lifespan
of your sock.
Hemmed edges are best for most normal wind conditions.
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