The cost of a basic pole is fairly affordable for most people, but there are a few considerations, so be forewarned!
Where can you find a pole?
There really is really only one place to get an affordable pole in San Jose and that is the “Juan’s Place”. A pole is usually purchased from a family member for around $300 – $400.
This is one thing you will probably need to take into consideration when you decide to go to this establishment. Their store is located in a strip mall called “Vendors Village” and it is located next to a parking garage.
Their retail price is very reasonable, especially if you find it in a large box, a few feet away from the wall.
The store is very clean, and the pole is not extremely high. It has a decent size pole, about 8 inches in height, with a flat top. You can take the whole thing home in an easy 30 minutes from the parking lot. You can place it on the roof of your car. It has a small window which allows you to see what it was painted white. It is also painted bright white with a gold trim, and it has many options for changing colors, and colors of fabric and fabric colors.
How long is it usually stored?
The pole pictured above was purchased in a box and hung on the wall. It was removed from the wall after two weeks.
This is a quick, easy, and very cheap way to store your pole.
Is it easy to change colors?
Most often you will find that the poles are made of vinyl (or more generally, vinyl-sturdy materials. This is generally the material that is typically preferred by people who do live dancing – they can be hard, sturdy, and can survive being dropped many times without any signs of rust or damage to the fabric.). Most poles will be relatively light and durable, but if the paint is in good shape it really can be painted bright colors, and even better, has fabric and fabrics that can be mixed and matched between colors, so you can have a nice variety.
It is easy to get your colors mixed, if you choose to, but you do need to pick the right fabric. You can buy either fabric from a fabric store, or you can pay a fabric cutter who specializes in fabric making. You don’t want to be paying your fabric cutter for fabric, you want to choose a fabric that he/she can
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