Fabrics for American Flags

Cotton fabric is recommended by the American Government as the material to use for American flags for indoor use because it is priced lower and high quality. Detailed specifications on the type of cotton fabric to be used for the flags are also given. So for flags to be used indoor you can choose the ones made of cotton. In contrast, flags to be used for outdoor purposes are recommended to choose polyester flag because it is tougher and will last longer.

In selecting flag, another factor to consider and be should be given priority is the structure. The framework is highly important in the strength so you should choose the ones that are woven instead of that fabric that have printed images.

The size of the flag should be determined depending on the purpose it will serve. Normally the large American flags will be used by government for political occasions or for commercial reasons.  If you are searching for flags to be used indoor, you have to note that the regular size used is between three and five inches. The height of the pole is another consideration as the flag needs to be at least a quarter or one-third longer.

American flags that use Eco-friendly materials are very popular at the present.  You can find lots of variety and choices of these types of flags in the internet. For those who are concerned about nature then the Eco-friendly flag is a good option and these flags is available for both indoor and outdoor use. Following these simple tips will help you choose the appropriate flag for your purpose and to commemorate national days with high respect.


About NorthStar Flags

I am the owner of Northstar Flag & Flagpole Company. We specialize in customs flag and banners at affordable prices. Our custom printed flags are sure to make the statement you want!
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