Printed Parasols: Why you should be choosing commercial parasols!
Large personalised parasols that can be tailored to different businesses are easy to use and a nice bonus to any office terrace or balcony. They go nicely with bars, pubs, restaurants and outdoor venues, and they're an opportunity to make sure your branding is noticed. As the majority are constructed from water resistant materials like deco-polyester, vinyl and canvas, personalised parasols are a worth-while business investment. They are long lasting promotional materials that ensure your brand logo is visible from a distance, and especially up close. With various sizes and types to consider, it is worth exploring and designing the right parasol logo and enjoying their benefits.
This won't be difficult because it is only a matter of getting a high resolution image of your company logo and fitting it in an artwork template. This can be easily uploaded in PDF format to an online printer that are easily found either locally or nationally in the UK. Bespoke and custom advertising parasols can be tailored and printed for affordable prices; who knows, you might even find yourself organising a logo parasol for any outdoor events that your business sponsors or manages in your area from now on.
Branded Parasols: Are you using these cleaning tips for your custom parasol?
Printed parasols are appreciated for a number of reasons, but especially because they can be re-used. This advantage makes them quite cost-effective to any company and its advertising budget. Like anything though, these attractions must be cleaned and taken care of. As commercial parasols with printed details are generally high quality, it isn't difficult to manage them so your organisation or small business will continue to make a good impression with new and potential customers.
When cleaning, it's advised to keep the canopy on the pole and to start with brushing off any dry dirt and leaves. Then, using cold water from a hose, rinse off any loose dirt. With washing up liquid, use a sponge to clean the material with warm water and leave it to soak for between five to ten minutes before hosing it down with cold water. Following this, leave it in the sun to dry before packing it away in a secure and dry area. It is important to only pack up the parasol when it is completely dry because the material is not immune to mold - but this can be simply avoided. If you want to be very cautious, close your commercial parasols when clients, colleagues, partners or customers will not be sitting outside. Still, if the weather isn't too extreme when you leave your branded parasols open, they will continue to advertise your brand 24/7.