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Easily order custom-printed labels online in any quantity; get just a few on a sheet or millions on rolls. Upload your custom design, or choose from one of our hundreds of design templates, then personalize it with your words, image, colors, and fonts. Get beautifully printed labels for your business products, your cottage industry goods, and for special events and gifting.
|Material||Format||Lamination||Waterproof||Adhesive Type||Writable||Dishwasher Safe||Oil/Acid Resistant||Freezer|
|BOPP||Roll||Gloss or Matte||Permanent||—||Limited|
|Semi Gloss||Roll||Gloss or Matte||—||Permanent||—||—||—||—|
BOPP (Biaxially oriented polypropylene) is the most widely used plastic for labeling. It is thin, tough, not stretchy, has a high melting point, is waterproof, inexpensive, has greater UV protection and is also resistant to grease, oil, water, and oxygen.
Paper is inexpensive, biodegradable, and is not waterproof. Many finishes and textures are available for paper, from smooth high gloss to soft matte, and specialty finishes such as 'estate', a beautiful, soft ribbed texture ideal for wine labels.
Vinyl is stretchy, thick, waterproof, white. Inks adhere nicely. Vinyl labels resist tearing, they are also resistant to moisture and humidity, and are weather resistant as well so they are ideal for outdoor applications.
Matte laminate has a soft, organic finish, for when you want your product to have a gentle, quiet look.
Gloss laminate pops the colors. Labels with gloss laminate are bright and shiny and attract attention. Both finishes equally protect the labels from oils, acids and water.
Non-laminated paper labels can be written on. We recommend using a permanent marker. You can also use a date-stamp on non-laminated paper labels. Be sure to allow plenty of drying time.
Questions? Special request? Call Evermine Labels at 1-855-EVERMINE or 1-855-383-7646