To clean a felt pennant, you can first use a stain remover to erase stubborn stains. Then fill a tub with laundry soap and water and dip the pennant into it. Dip it then into clear water to rinse it and dry it flat.
A pennant is a triangular sign, usually made out of a felt (or felt-like) material and printed on both sides. It usually has a wooden or plastic rod used as a handle in the widest end of the triangle. See the related link below for a picture of a pennant.
The disadvantages of felt are that felt materials can wrinkle and buckleThe other disadvantage is that felt can be hard to clean
There is no antonym for pennant
If no dirt of any kind can either be seen or felt, that is really clean.
Full Sized PennantMost pre 1970 full sized felt pennants as well as modern day pennants measure about 12" x 30" Early pennants might vary in size because spare felt was used to make them. Sometimes people will trim down a the size of a pennant to rid it of frying or other flaws like a flat tip (point) Caused by being pinned up and ripped off. This is called a doctored pennant. Doctored pennants is a term used to describe a pennant that has been altered to cover up a flaw, is a practice that is frowned upon among the collecting community, and could sell for less than a pennant with the flaws it was meant to cover up.
Race for the Pennant was created in 1978.
Pennant coralfish was created in 1758.
Samuel Pennant died in 1750.
Pennant's colobus was created in 1838.
Jermaine Pennant is 5' 8".
pennant number for Vidal was A200