Label Peel Nightmare: 3 Ways to Prevent It

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Say goodbye to peeling labels with our industrial quality standard labels adhesive. Our expert and sales team ensure proper application, but for added measure, check out these tips for keeping your labels securely in place.

Apply Labels to A Clean and Dry Surface

To apply your labels, first make sure the surface is clean and dry. Then, clean the container with alcohol or soap and water, and dry it completely. If you’re not letting it air dry, use a lint-free cloth. Additionally, make sure your hands are clean and free of oils before applying the labels, and handle them by the edges as much as possible. But it’s even better when you don’t have to do it yourself when you can trust in our sister company, CJ Pack.

Consider What Label Material You Want To Use 

Usually peeled label products are found in a cold environment, more commonly in a refrigerator or freezer, so it’s crucial to pick the right material if your products want to make it out of the cold temperature intact. Cahaya Jakarta can provide you with label material solution and adhesive that can resist up to -20℃.

Think About The Surface or Shape of The Container

When the surface of a container is very curved or textured, it might need a stronger glue to stick labels on it. Some label materials may not work well on these surfaces. For example, a thick label can’t be wrapped around a curved surface no matter how strong the adhesive is. Also, labels with a dome shape don’t work well on tight curves. However, there are special materials and adhesives that can keep the labels from peeling off in these situations.

Don’t fret, our sales team is keen to provide you with exceptional assistance and solutions to your label peel nightmare.