Don’t Forget Waterproof Packaging When Designing and Ordering Labels
You might think that once you’ve locked down the information you want to include on a label and the format in which this will be presented, you’re good to go – but if you forget to consider the importance of waterproof packaging, you could be in for a soggy, unpleasant surprise down the road.
Especially at this time of year, the weather can be unpredictable, with the sun shining one day and the rain pouring down the next. After all, they’re not called “April showers” for nothing. Failing to take this aspect into account when designing labels could lead to quality issues that don’t exactly cast your company in a great light. Avoid inadvertently cultivating a reputation of being that enterprise with the delicate labels by making robust packaging choices.
Why Use Weather-Proof Labels?
Beyond the ability to stand up to April showers, weather-resistant labels are generally more durable, which widens the scope when it comes to storage options and use scenarios. When consumers see that a label is weather-resistant, they don’t only associate this moniker with the idea that the packaging will stand up to hot sun and pouring rain. Rather, they assume it will hold its own in a range of less than optimal conditions, whether these are directly caused by the weather or not. Consider water bottle labels as an example. You don’t see many paper water bottle labels in this day and age, and that’s for a good reason: Manufacturers understand that bottles get jammed into bags, held by sweaty hands, stored in cold places and more – in short, they need to be durable, which means standing up to heat, cold and moisture as well as being hard to tear or rip.
What to Expect From Lightning Labels’ Weather-Resistant Stickers
At Lightning Labels, we’ve made enough labels over the years to understand and accommodate the special requirement of weather-proofing. Our standard White BOPP polypropylene sticker is waterproof and durable, able to withstand everyday exposure to everything from torrents of rainwater to intense sunbeams. In other words, they’re not so much weather-proofed as April-proofed! Whatever this month brings in terms of weather, you can be confident that our labels will be up to the task of handling any conditions that come their way.