Custom Product Labels

Cleaning Supplies Labels

Recommended Materials

White BOPP Plastic
White BOPP
Durable, water resistant and stain resistant.
Ultra-Clear BOPP Plastic (Clear PET Liner)
Clear BOPP
Perfect for the "no label" look, allowing the product to show through. Durable, water resistant.

Market Trends

  • A more simplistic cleanly designed label.
  • Cleaning supplies are a common household item but there is nothing common about your product. Whether it shines a mirror, polishes a counter or removes a stain, the cleaning supply label is one of the most important factors when shoppers are choosing which brand to purchase. Custom cleaning product labels are the visual cue that captures customer attention and is the primary marketing tool to help you stand out in a crowded field.

Common Cleaning Labels

  • Cleaning sprays, wipes, bleaches, hand sanitizers, essential oils, and more!

Special Considerations

Cleaning labels are an essential part of any cleaning product packaging, providing important information about the contents, usage instructions, and safety precautions. The materials used for cleaning labels play an important role in their effectiveness, durability, and environmental impact.

One common material used for cleaning labels is paper. Paper labels are cost-effective and easy to print on, making them a popular choice for many cleaning product manufacturers. They are also biodegradable and can be made from recycled materials. However, paper labels can be prone to damage from moisture, chemicals and handling, which can make them less durable than other materials.

The materials used in cleaning labels must be able to withstand the harsh environment of the cleaning product and be able to convey all the necessary information to the end-user in a clear and concise manner.

Overall, the material used for cleaning labels can have a big impact on their effectiveness, durability and environmental impact. Manufacturers must weigh the pros and cons of different materials to choose the best option for their products. The cost, durability, environmental impact, compliance with regulations, and the desired look of the label should be considered when making a decision on the material.

Your product label is the customer’s first impression of your brand, so make it count. Contact us today for any questions or concerns. We are happy to help!

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