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Label Samples Take The Pressure Off Our Customers!
At SheetLabels.com we understand that choosing a specific label type can be difficult. Because of this, we recommend that our customers try out a sample of the material first prior to placing an order, to ensure that the material is right for the application. By sampling a type of label, this ensures that that the labels you were interested in work for your intended use. There is such a variety of labels of choose from - some are all temperature labels, while others are weatherproof, and some are even tear resistant!
If you don’t know what type of label you may be searching for when you are on our website, don’t worry because we have a solution! If you look to the left hand side on our website, in orange letters you will see “Request Samples” When here, you are asked some questions about the particular application needs. You can request a certain type of label, and if you are struggling between a few, just type the others in the comments section at the bottom and we’ll gladly supply them for you.
These questions are then forwarded to our Customer Service Team and are answered in a timely manner. You will receive a packet of your requested samples from our Team, at which point you can sample them and choose the best fit.
For those of you who might be new to the label world, or for those having a hard time pin-pointing just what your labeling needs may be we are always here to assist you. Please give us a call, 888-388-2502! Our teams are very knowledgeable about each one of our products. We love to chat with our customers about labeling needs, types of applications and various materials.
It is the goal of SheetLabels.com to help our customers get the best product for their intended use. Let us know of a time you requested samples, and what you used them for!