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The White Polyester Laser Weatherproof Label Material Is A Dream Come True!

October 12, 2012

Another member of the polyester family, this material is highly durable and one of our most dependable! We’re talking about our White Polyester Laser Weatherproof material.

Unlike our Crystal Clear Gloss Polyester labels, this material is far from clear. It is in fact a bright white!

With the white background and smooth texture of the White Polyester Laser Weatherproof material it makes for a great finished printed label product. Because the material background is bright white, colors really pop, making your products stand out against the competition.

This product has more of a matte finish compared to some of its family members. A matte finish is the opposite of gloss, meaning it has a dull finish. Though bright in color, the material itself tends to absorb light rather than reflecting it.

Our polyester family materials are designed to specifically be used in laser printers only. With laser printing, the color is actually infused into the paper, or label material that you are using, making it more permanent and long lasting.

Another benefit of the White Polyester Laser Weatherproof material is stated right in the name. This product is weatherproof! Because of the permanent adhesive and weatherproof quality, this material can last up to 2 years outdoors. Another descriptive property of the White Polyester Laser Weatherproof material is that it’s tear resistant. This specific quality makes this material perfect for any rough and tough application need.

Use this product to label homemade canned sauce or outdoor equipment at work. In no time this polyester product will become a favorite!

Do you have pictures of your White Polyester Laser Weatherproof labels in use? We would love to see what sticky situations these permanent labels have helped you to clean up!

18 Comments
Donna Tilley on Jan 6, 2014 in 08:50am
Could these labels make a copy machine sticky?
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Lindsey on Jan 6, 2014 in 01:08pm
Thank for asking such a great question Donna. I'm going to have one of our Customer Service Representatives reach out to you and assist you with any questions or issues you may be running into.
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Alyse Sabo on Mar 18, 2014 in 11:41am
Are these labels UV Resistant - will they fade in the sun? Also, could they be hand written on with a permanent marker?
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Lindsey Rice on Mar 31, 2014 in 04:10pm
These are both great questions, Alyse. Our White Matte Polyester Laser labels are UV resistant. Depending on application and exposure, the labels could fade over a period of time. As far as using a permanent marker goes, you can absolutely write on these labels with a permanent marker. After writing on the labels, let stand for just a minute or so that way the marker has time to dry!
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kate on Apr 15, 2014 in 11:58am
Are these labels recommended for use on cosmetic glass bottles where a water/oil resistance is needed? What about scratching off of the color. I have use another water--resistant polyester labels (laser) and found that if printed with a lot of color that it scratches off. Finally do you have a thinner version for cosmetic bottles? thanks
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Lindsey on Apr 15, 2014 in 01:58pm
These are really great questions, Kate. To answer your first question, Yes. Depending on the formulation of your products, it may be beneficial for you to order our Crystal Clear Gloss Polyester labels to put over your White Matte Polyester printed labels. This extra layer leaves you with a gloss finish and acts as a secondary protective cover. To answer your second question, the flaking on your labels could be due to the fact that the printer may not be hot enough. One option is to change your printer setting. Also, we do offer custom printed labels for our customers. Our printer reaches temperatures of up to 400 degrees. If you're interested in this option we do have printed samples that we can send you. Finally, to answer your third question, we do not have a thinner version of this material. Is there a specific reason you're looking for a thinner version or is it more of a preference? Using the answer to this question we may be able to offer another material to benefit you!
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James Kurth on Jun 15, 2014 in 12:16am
These labels are a life-saver for my business! We have a history of paying a European-based business approx. $5.41 per 8.5"x11" sheet of this same identical material. After running through our tests (aging, alcohol rub, adhesion), this material seems to meet the same specifications as our current European supplier, except a fraction of the cost. Materials alone will save my company more than $10,000 per year. Thanks, Sheet Labels, Inc.
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Lindsey on Jul 1, 2014 in 10:34am
Thank you for your wonderful feedback, James. We're extremely happy that you found exactly what you were looking for and that we could save you money in the process! If you need anything else, please let us know! Thanks again!
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Rebecca Mecham on Oct 16, 2014 in 06:39pm
Would these labels be resistant to strong chemicals? I work in a lab where we are looking for labels for bottles of corrosive chemicals such as strong acids. If not, do you have another label that would work?
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Lindsey on Oct 22, 2014 in 12:08pm
This is a great question, Rebecca. When it comes to applying this material to any product containing a liquid, especially acid, we love our customers to test the product. These labels may not stay adhered to your product if it's submerged in the acid but it may be fine if the acid only drips down the side of the bottle. We also recommend printing on the product and testing the toner. Often, with acid the toner can come off of the label. We can certainly send samples if you would like!
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Minh To on Oct 22, 2014 in 03:15pm
I printed labels on this White Polyester laser weatherproof sheet (SL111VSXW), using a Canon iR3320 laser printer. The printing came out OK but the ink can be scraped off easily with finger nail. Could you please let me know how I can improve the adhesiveness of the ink. The labels will be used for outdoor product. Thanks. Minh To
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Lindsey on Oct 23, 2014 in 12:23pm
This is a great question, Minh To. You need to adjust the settings on your printer to a "Labels" or a "heavy weight" setting. The toner needs to fuse into the material more. This can be achieved by simply adjusting your printer setting. You may want to consult your printer manual for recommended settings of a material that has a GSM rating of 220 or higher.
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Sheila on Jan 16, 2015 in 04:54pm
Are these dishwasher and machine washer safe? And if so, approximately how many times before labels fade?
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Lindsey on Jan 19, 2015 in 09:21am
These are both great questions, Sheila. To answer your question, we have had customers use our polyester materials on products they've washed in dishwashers before. We do recommend requesting samples of the products you're interested in because there are many variables that play a part in how long the material will last. It depends on the surface you're applying the labels to and your artwork will depend on the type of printer you're using. If you find that the White Matte Polyester labels may not adhere as well as you'd like, we do have a super strong, High-Tack White Polyester label material that you can order as custom printed labels!
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Will on Feb 27, 2015 in 02:50pm
I've used your silver metallic laser paper and it is fantastic. I was wondering what the thickness of this and the Glossy counterpart to this matte laser paper is? I will be using this material as reproduction decals for toys and it needs to be very thin. Thank you.
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Lindsey on Mar 2, 2015 in 08:20am
Thank you commenting about our Silver Matte Polyester label material, Will. I can get that information for you and I will be sure to send it in an email so that we know you get the information as soon as possible.
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bob on May 12, 2015 in 04:18pm
We are experiencing difficulty with our current polyester labels because static electricity generated when the label is removed from the liner impedes automatic application. Does your label material have this problem?
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Lindsey Rice on May 13, 2015 in 08:38am
Thank you for reaching out to us with that question, Bob. Static between sheets of labels is actually common in polyester materials. We would certainly love to send you samples of our materials but in the mean time I will have one of our Team members reach out to you and explain to you how to fan your sheets of labels to remove the static to make printing easier!
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