When parking an A&S 18A outside, I use three fabric tip end-pockets, with poly ropes, and it helps a great deal in windy conditions. When stationary in the hangar, I don't use those, but put a stand under each blade tip to support them while it sits there, so the blades aren't just drooping from the rotor hub.Anyone use two, if only to offer a little more protection to both ends when moving in and around the hanger ??
But ... "REMOVE BEFORE FLIGHT" streamers look so ʻpilotʻ. When I had a cockpit cover made fir my Grumman AA1B lYankeeʻI would not use just rope on a composite rotor; a tip-end pocket works nicely.
I think "remove before flight" streamers are unnecessary for this sort of thing – preflight ought to involve giving the rotor a spin check, and, in any case, I can't imagine anyone not noticing it's still on before attempting to fly
For attachment, I just tie a knot...