What is the scope of application of block out label?
Block out labels have a wide range of applications, including:
- Packaging: Covering outdated or incorrect information on product labels and boxes.
- Shipping: Concealing old addresses or barcodes on reused shipping materials.
- Documentation: Correcting errors on forms, invoices, or contracts.
- Retail: Updating pricing, promotional offers, or product descriptions on shelf labels.
- Data privacy: Covering sensitive information on documents for disposal or recycling.
How to select the correct block out label?
To select the correct block out label, consider the following factors:
- Opacity: Ensure the label material is opaque enough to completely block the underlying text or graphics.
- Size: Choose a label size that adequately covers the area to be concealed.
- Adhesive: Select an adhesive type suitable for the surface it will be applied to, ensuring it sticks securely without causing damage.
- Printability: If printing on the label, make sure it is compatible with your printer type (inkjet, laser, or thermal transfer).
- Environment: Consider the conditions the label will be exposed to, such as temperature, moisture, and UV exposure, and choose a material that can withstand these conditions.
What raw materials can be selected?
Various raw materials can be used for block out labels, including:
- Paper: Opaque, coated, or laminated paper is commonly used for block out labels, offering cost-effective and eco-friendly options.
- Film: Polyester, polypropylene, and vinyl films provide durability and resistance to environmental factors, such as moisture, chemicals, and UV exposure.
- Specialty materials: Some block out labels use unique materials, like metallized films or holographic materials, for added security or visual appeal.
What should I pay attention to when pasting block out label?
When pasting a block out label, consider the following tips:
- Cleanliness: Ensure the surface is clean and free of dust, dirt, or grease for optimal adhesion.
- Alignment: Properly align the label to ensure it fully covers the underlying text or graphics.
- Pressure: Apply firm, even pressure to the label to ensure it adheres securely and without bubbles or wrinkles.
- Time: Allow sufficient time for the adhesive to bond before exposing the label to stress or environmental factors.