We carry out printing on self-adhesive labels for the chemical industry and household chemicals. Labeling of hygiene products, household chemicals, household goods, antiseptic labels.
Household chemical labels tend to interact with moisture and chemicals. The stickers must be resistant to contact with the aggressive contents of the vials. They have to withstand moisture, maintain their shape while constantly compressing the package.
Requirements for labels for household chemicals
Label text should be clear, legible and legible. This is especially important for household chemicals. Incorrect dosage of the product or use not in accordance with the rules can harm human health. The text should be well preserved during the continuous use of the package. One of the best ways to keep a label in top condition is by varnishing. During the printing process, self-adhesive labels are treated with special varnishes that are resistant to aggressive substances. That is why printing on these labels does not affect the quality of the labeling when used over time.
Special markings are required for household chemical label printing. Details of manufacturing, use and storage of the product. These details can be printed with clear text. Some of the commonly printed information can be written in black or dark gray ink, whereas other information can be written in yellow, blue or green. The names of the manufacturer, the printed colors and other information in detail can be printed in black ink.
Printing labels for household chemicals on self-adhesive films
Modern conditions dictate a new approach to printing methods. Today, flexography is used to print self-adhesive labels for chemicals. The main advantage of this method is that it allows you to apply text and images to polymer materials, transparent or colored film, even plastic. The quality of the picture and text information remains at a high level.
Thanks to flexo printing, you can apply the image to a variety of surfaces (including foil and polyethylene). Flexography technology consists in the fact that special label printing plates are installed on the cylinders of printing equipment. This allows you to achieve the best result and picture quality. The labels are printed on rolls. There are four different formats. There are the self-adhesive labels, the flexo film labels, the printing labels for bottles, and labels for bottles. You can attach the rolls on computer printers and to flexible-press machines (low-pressure or high-pressure). The quality of the print is optimal. The quality of the material does not change over time, even if the papers get wet or dirty.
Self-adhesive labels for household chemicals
Most manufacturers of household chemicals have long been using self-adhesive labels developed on a film basis, which fully meet the established requirements. The main advantage of such a label is that it can be applied to the product without the use of additional adhesives. This is a rather quick and convenient way than pasting dry labels.
Another advantage is that self-adhesive labels can be quickly and easily adhered to the substrate and also easily removed from it. Considering the fact that the products of this group quite often contain aggressive components, the surface of the label must be reliably protected from damage. For example, a protective film label boasts impressive resistance to a variety of masks, paints and alkalis. It should also be borne in mind that in the process of using household chemicals, the packaging usually has to be squeezed out or squeezed. A quality label should remain intact and continue to perform its function. Self-adhesive labels for household chemicals do an excellent job with such loads.
The material of the self-adhesive label is usually a transparent polyethylene film, which is designed to withstand liquids and dry-cleaning processes. The label can also be imprinted in multiple layers. Self-adhesive labels for household chemicals can be attached to certain devices for example aerosol cans and spray bottles, freezer cans or even lids. The image can be positioned and moved on the label, depending on the application.