What are my finishing options for banners?
Most banners are either held up by grommets or pole pockets.
> Grommets are metal loops embedded in the corners of the banner and at two-foot intervals along the edges, depending on the dimensions of the banner.
> Pole Pockets are a two-inch pocket sewn along either the top and/or bottom of the banner; a pole or rope would be inserted into this pocket for easy holding during a parade or hanging from trees, buildings, or existing signs.
>Wind slits are "half moon" shaped cuts through your vinyl banner which allow wind to flow through the banner. The slits reduce the wind load on the banner. While wind slits can reduce the wind load on your banner, they can potentially cause premature ripping in your banner.