When it comes to waterproof labels, quality matters. After all, any product that you’re using them for needs to be able to withstand the moisture or liquid conditions that they encounter. When you use cheap waterproof labels and cut corners on quality, you could be left with labels that fade quickly and don’t last, leaving you with unlabeled products.
If these labels are for internal uses, then you’ll be missing valuable information with their damage. Even worse, if these labels are intended for consumer product use such as cosmetics or soaps, then your product will look disheveled and unprofessional with labels that don’t last. When considering what labels to use on your products, these two factors could help you make the right choice, and find waterproof labels that will suit your needs.
There are several different types of adhesive material available to choose from for waterproof labels, and it’s important that you pick the one that best suits your needs. If you choose an adhesive that is not strong enough to withstand the weather or wet environment, then the labels will quickly peel away, leaving a bare product behind. With our waterproof labels, we use either high-tack adhesive or permanent adhesive, which can stand the test of any environment and will help your product’s packaging last even longer.
External Protective Coating
Another factor to consider with choosing proper waterproof labels is the external protective coating, and material of the actual label itself. For example, if you put kraft paper labels on a shampoo bottle, there is no way that it will last more than a few uses before getting completely destroyed. If, however, you instead use a white polyester or vinyl material with a strong and durable protective coating, the exterior of your product’s labeling is significantly more likely to stand up to the job.
If you’re still unsure which waterproof labels would best suit your needs, we offer samples to test out so that you can determine exactly which labels will do the best job for your application.