Labels and stickers are used today in different industrial areas. Current technology makes it possible to produce high-quality self-adhesive labels, which can be applied on a huge range of all sorts of items. It is a reasonably cost-effective way to attract the consumer’s attention.
Clear or Transparent labels
Crystal clear labels (CCL) on self-adhesive film or transparent labels are always more expensive than paper labels. However, this label has a lot of advantages. Transparent or super-transparent film labels look brighter, more beautiful and attractive, remain their quality much longer, are more resistant to wear and tear and are long-lasting. Transparent stickers are resistant to UV rays, humidity, temperature changes, chemicals and mechanical stress. So, transparent self-adhesive labels are highly resistant to almost any aggressive environment and meet all modern requirements.
Crystal clear labels on a transparent film allows to emphasize the color of a product and make the package more balanced, instead of hiding the surface of the package.
Self-adhesive transparent labels – excellent adhesion to smooth surfaces. Labels leave no traces when peeled off. They can be used for labeling various types of products. Most often transparent labels are used on bottles, creating an imitation of printing on glass. However, it is a good way for producers to save money. Transparent stickers and labels are applied not only to the packaging of some products, but also on vehicles, windows and showcases for promotional purposes. Transparent label with decorative elements will become a real attraction for your product and will add originality and sophistication to it.
Self-adhesive clear label
Self-adhesive clear labels are very popular and can be found in warehouses, storefronts and various goods. The durability of these products allows their use even in the manufacture of outdoor advertising. Labels are applied to bottles and other glass surfaces. High transparency allows you to see the contents of the container and to create visual effects, attracting its originality.
Transparent film is used for labels that are applied to clear plastic or glass. The most prominent example is the labeling of water bottles.
Transparent film can also be used where you want the label image to be visible on the reverse side or both sides after adhesion to a transparent surface.
Designing labels on transparent film also requires a designer to understand printing techniques. You may have to think about the fact that the ink on transparent films after labeling may not be as dense and bright as on a white background. It may be necessary to use additional white paint to “underlay” the image or techniques such as a embossing.