Flags dirty. Whether you’re flying an attractive backyard banner or the Stars and Stripes, most outside flags are constructed with sturdy and weather- . This artificial polymer material does not fade in the sunlight and dampness is survived by it properly, but immediate heat can make it melt. Nylon flags are generally machine washable, but treatment should be taken to avoid heat injury also to stop the colours from bleeding.
Pretreat any stains on the flag using a stain remover that doesn’t include bleach. Rub the remover to the stain and let it soak in or as, for five minutes.
Place the flag in the washer. Set the device to your cold water wash and rinse on a gentle or sensitive cycle. Hot-water or warm can cause the colours to bleed.
Following the washer fills with water, add a gentle laundry detergent. Close the lid and permit the washer cycle to to operate as regular.
Remove the flag in the machine. Lay it out flat on a towel or hang it on a line. Don’t machine dry the flag, as the nylon can be caused by the heat in the dryer.