Q:I have this flag banner in my classroom. Last week we had a fire inspection and they are asking me to take them down unless I can prove they have some kind of fire retardant treatment (a label or something in the original package (I don't have the original bag)? Do they?
Answered by Kristin, June 13, 2016.
Thank you for asking about the Spanish-Speaking Countries Flag banners. The flags are made of nylon and polyester.
Q:What is the most effective way to hang this banner from the ceiling?
TD Response: We have several hanging in the office here and we actually zig zag it around the room cutting corners and using pushpins in drywall (actually pinning into the walls where the ceiling meets the wall). I have seen it hanging from suspending ceilings (drop ceilings) with the grid and one teacher used actual drop ceiling clips from home depot and another teacher used twist ties or wire. With the wire you have to hook it over the metal grid on the ceiling and put the tile back in place. You could even use metal paperclips I bet, just make sure you pierce the strand in between flags. Hope this helps.
Q:Please confirm that the item pictured in the classroom setting is NOT the item described. The item description doesn't list Brazil, but the picture clearly shows a Brazilian flag. Brazilians speak Portuguese, not Spanish. Want to make sure I'm representing in my classroom correctly!
Answered by Customer Service, April 18, 2017.
A: Hello, Thank you for your question. No, the set does not include a Brazilian flag. The image in question has since been deleted. Thank you for bringing this to our attention and apologies for the confusion.
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