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Anti-Fray (recommended)

Anti-fray netting can be added to any flag to improve the flags longevity and prevent extensive repairs. The netting is sewn onto the flag externally to offer protect to the flags hem. The hem is the most vulnerable part of the flag due to the strain at which it is under, hence anti-fray is useful in reducing this. Anti-fray is fitted by hand at our factory post flag construction. The mesh netting will slowly break down due to the forces applied on the flag, but this enables quick low cost flag repairs as additional netting could be reapplied at a later date. Anti-fray is fitted to the leading edge of the flag and reduces whip and protects from premature fraying. Anti-fray does not guarantee longevity of flags which are flown in particularly high winds.

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Anti-fray netting can be added to any flag to improve the flags longevity and prevent extensive repairs. The netting is sewn onto the flag externally to offer protect to the flags hem. The hem is the most vulnerable part of the flag due to the strain at which it is under, hence anti-fray is useful in reducing this.

Anti-fray is fitted by hand at our factory post flag construction. The mesh netting will slowly break down due to the forces applied on the flag, but this enables quick low cost flag repairs as additional netting could be reapplied at a later date.

Anti-fray is fitted to the leading edge of the flag and reduces whip and protects from premature fraying. Anti-fray does not guarantee longevity of flags which are flown in particularly high winds.

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