Get Your PVC Banner Right Every Time

There’s nothing more frustrating than ordering your own company banners. Only to find that they don’t look the way you want them to when they arrive in the mail. With the wide variety of PVC banner signs available on site like UNISIGN, you may think that it will be easy to find high-quality banners at a price you can afford. Unfortunately, not all PVC banner vendors offer product that are made with care and attention to detail, which means your banners could turn out look cheap and unprofessional. The good news is that there are some ways to make sure you get your banners right every time.

The perfect material

UNISIGN PVC banners are made of 100% polyvinyl chloride, which is a naturally translucent plastic material. It’s perfect for printing on because of how soft and pliable it is, allowing for clean-cut edges when you’re cutting to size. UNISIGN also offers clear PVC banner rolls that allow light to pass through, creating luminous effect wherever your banner is display. Want to learn more about our products? Take a look at our PVC flex banner roll product page! And don’t forget that we offer free design templates so you can make your own poster design! Get started today by visit our website.

Proper preparation

The first thing to do is to ensure that you have all of your needed materials and supplies. The last thing you want is to find out a day before an event that you are missing something, especially when it comes to printing a PVC banner. Take an inventory of everything you need, such as ink, paper, posts and rings for attaching your banner in place. If there is anything else you may need along with your actual printing materials, don’t wait until later in the process to figure it out! It can be tempting to save money by holding off on buying items like posts or rings until closer to when you’ll actually be creating your banner. However, purchas them early ensures they’re ready when you are and helps prevent any delays in getting your banners printed just how you want them.

Excellent Design

If you’re looking for a way to make sure your banner is as eye-catching as possible, make sure that you choose a high-quality material. PVC banners are some of the most affordable promotional tools on today’s market but that doesn’t mean they can’t be effective. Choosing a high-quality product ensures long life and makes sure that your message gets heard by your intend audience. Some people choose to use thinner materials but we highly recommend against doing so. Thinner PVC banners have an increased risk of tearing or ripping, especially if you have an aggressive marketing campaign planned out. Instead, choose something more durable; it will cost more upfront but it will save you money over time because it will last longer and require less repairs.

Fitting it on the Roller

The first step in producing a great banner is to make sure that you’re fitting it properly on your roller. First, lay out your banner flat on your table or floor. And unroll it with one edge toward you. And two people holding up each end (make sure there isn’t any slack). If using a mounting system, apply adhesive to the back of your sign now before rolling it around the roller. Begin rolling from one end so that about 1/4 is hanging over each side when fully rolled around. Finally, as you finish rolling, line up both ends of your banner together by eye. And cut off any excess with scissors. The fit should be snug but not too tight– if either end starts pulling away from itself while being rolled, adjust accordingly.

Avoid Holes & Splits by Following a Few Simple Steps

PVC banners can be made with a variety of method and material. But they all come with one thing in common. They are much easier to make when you have access to a good, sharp pair of scissors. While it’s true that high-quality PVC banner rolls will be easier to work with than cheaper, flimsier ones. There are still ways you can cut yourself. Some slack during assembly if your scissor-hand isn’t what it used to be. Avoid holes in your banner by ensuring every edge is free from burrs and splices. To do so, use a round object like a spoon handle or pencil to smooth over each fold before cutting. Also important: take your time.

Author Bio

I am Zoya Arya, and I have been working as Content Writer at Rananjay Exports for past 2 years. My expertise lies in researching and writing both technical and fashion content. I have written multiple articles on Gemstone Jewelry like Aquamarine Jewelry and other stones over the past years and would love to explore more on the same in future. I hope my work keeps mesmerizing you and helps you in the future.

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