Woven polyester Australian Made R.S.L. flag 900 x 1800mm.
The premium quality Australian made RSL flag is made from heavy duty fabric and specifically designed for the harsh and extreme Australian weather conditions. The Australian Made RSL flag is 900mm wide and 1800mm and is considered the longer lasting and more durable of all modern day flag materials.
The Australian made RSL flag features rich, deep colour processing providing the most durable and fade resistant colours, has a white/ivory reinforced hoist sleeve with flagpole rope loops, and has double stitched hem all round.
These are the quality Australian Made Woven RSL flags often seen outside RSL club rooms, RSL Monuments, RSL Shrines and at RSL ANZAC dawn services and Rememberance day services.
Australian made RSL flag features rich, deep colour processing providing the most durable and fade resistant colours, has a white/ivory reinforced hoist sleeve with flagpole rope loops, and has double stitched hem all round.
The Australian made RSL flag is also available in many different sizes and material grades. Please do not hesitate to contact us for a free no obligation quotation for all your individual flag requirements.
Australian made RSL flag features:
- Made in Australia.
- 900mm Wide x 1800mm Long.
- Made from heavy duty, woven fabric.
- Fade resistant colours.
- Reinforced hoist sleeve.
- Flagpole rope loops.
- Reinforced hoist sleeve.
- Double stitched hem.
Flag Care 101 : How to gain the maximum longevity of a flag.
Always keep your flag in tip-top condition. It is disrespectful to fly frayed or damaged flags.
'Fly wear' is not insect software or insect clothing! :)
Watch the hem on the 'fly' end of your flag, 'fly wear'. This is the primary area to show the first signs of wear and tear due to the constant flapping action. Once 'fly wear' is noticed, take down the flag, trim off the worn and frayed fly end, fold over the end (twice if possible) and re-sew the edge of the flag. This can be due a few times during the life of the flag without visually affecting the look of your flag size ratio. If 'fly wear' is actioned at the first signs of damage your flags longevity can be greatly increased.
Avoid flying your flag at night at this is when the most detrimental flag flying weather conditions occur. Remember, if flying your flag at night, flag protocol calls for the flag to be illuminated by a light source.
Avoid flying a dusty and/or gritty flag. Dust and grit has sharp edges that can micro-cut and wear down fabrics, dull colours and causes premature flag wear. Most flags can be washed in cold water using a mild detergent in a home washing machine.
Proudly Australian Made! ... #1 for Quality, Longevity and Durability.
This flag was added to our catalog on Thursday 01 January, 1970.