Winter is here. That is not a Game of Thrones reference. But it can be if you want it to be. The choice is yours.
But in all seriousness, winter is here. That means that your flag is going to be taking a little bit more abuse between increased precipitation and gusts of wind. If you want your well-spent investment to last longer into its potential life, you need to be intentional about the health of your flag. Today, we’ll give you some good pointers and easy changes in flag routine to increase the longevity of your flag.
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Okay, let’s get down to brass tacks.
What we recommend most often to those who want to take care of their flag is to take their flag down at night. Nighttime can be hard on flags. In times when the flag isn’t fully fulfilling its purpose (being seen), it doesn’t need to be up. No one can see the flag, so you should take it down.
Your flag doesn’t need to be unnecessarily waving in the wind and taking a beating from winter precipitation. By taking your flag down at night, you can effectively double the life of your flag, and subsequently, double the return on your purchase. It’s a win-win for everyone.
Don’t let winter spoil your flag. Take it down at night, keep it out of unnecessary exposure, and let the good times roll.