Underrated Material of the Century…

Drum roll pleaseee…Mesh! (I know you all were at the edge of your seats for that one)!

When training for my position at Met Flag I was overwhelmed by the amount of different fabrics and materials that can be printed on! My head was spinning each day as I walked out of that office! (Anyone that has dove into the printing world headfirst will understand this).

Anyways, one material that really stood out to me was mesh. (Caution: printing geek ahead)…In my opinion mesh is extremely underrated! I believe that customers are scared off by it because they think it will not print as nicely as a vinyl or cloth banners. Don’t get me wrong here, mesh is a different print but it still prints incredibly clear and gets the customers message across perfectly with the appropriate artwork (we only hire the best so don’t worry about that part)!

The BEST part about the wonderful, luxurious, talented, beautiful, (okay I’ll stop) mesh is that it allows for natural airflow! Yes, that’s right folks, NATURAL airflow! What this means for the customer is no more wind slits that usually get in the way of your message and sometimes can draw more attention to the wind slits than the actual text or image! Air just flows in and out of your banner, which adds to the length of your banners life because it is not putting as much pressure on your banner!

Want to know an added bonus to mesh?! (Okay, okay, I’ll share)! It comes in adhesive! Know that window graphic you’ve been wanting to cover the entire window but you don’t want to take away from the incredible natural light you get!? With an adhesive mesh you can achieve a window graphics while allowing for natural light to come in and out of your building. Pretty cool if you ask me (which I’m going to assume you are)!

Did I sell you on the mesh concept?! Want to know more!? Want us to send you a sample!? Give us a call or shoot us an email, you won’t regret it!

sales@metflag.com

215.426.2775

Thank me later.

Written by: Kaity Laughead

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