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Avery No-Iron Clothing Labels, White, Assorted, Pack of 45 (40700)
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- Perfect for labeling jackets, t-shirts, hats, backpacks and more
- Just write, peel and stick--no iron required
- Labels withstand multiple washing machine and dryer cycles
- Permanent adhesive
- Work best with permanent markers
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These are the only labels I have found, either blank or pre-printed that stick directly to fabric, as opposed to the care label. While sticking name labels on the care tag works from some items, these labels are especially helpful for items like socks, which don't have labels to write on.
So far, these have stayed on the clothes after going through the wash. The edges have pulled up a bit, but the center remains securely on the fabric.
While the variety of sizes is nice in theory, the smaller ones are the only ones that really fit my needs right now. Those only make up 9 of the 15 label per sheet. I have been cutting the biggest labels into smaller strips. But I still think I will wind up only use some of the labels, and the labels in sizes I can't use will go to waste.
What I would find more helpful is the ability to buy an entire sheet of one size label that I can put through the printer (similar to all of the other Avery labels). That way I have a big sheet of ready-to-use, neatly printed name labels; I don't have to hand write his name on every label; and I'm not wastefully buying a bunch of labels in sizes I don't need.
Finally, I have been using a Sharpie, extra-fine point, permanent marker to write on these. I have found that the texture of these label doesn't allow me to write as smoothly as I would like to. Also even if I let the marker completely dry, it smears a tiny bit when I press the label onto the fabric.
My Mother in Law is in a skilled nursing facility, and I used these labels to ID her clothing. They have all stayed on, even with the industrial washers used by the in-house laundry.
Update, these labels continue to remain attached, however, I want to add that the Sharpie Extreme Marker has been the best marker that I have tried so far, both on these labels, and directly on the clothing.
there are some very large labels included which are useless for a preschooler. as it is, I cut the med sized labels in half.
update at 8 months: i tried a Milwaukee brand marker, same issues. all 3 permanent markers (2 different point Sharpies) I've tried have faded and needed to be rewritten, but the labels have stayed on.
The variety of sizes and shapes has come in very handy and the largest ones can also be cut down.
You get 6 of the largest label which is 3-13/16"x1-3/16"; Twelve that are 1-3/4"x1/2"; Eighteen that are 1"x1/2"; And nine that are 1"x9/16" ovals.
I have been very impressed with these labels.