At most label companies, the default label material is paper. But we promise you'll get much better results with polypropylene labels. Here's why.
Polypropylene labels are made out of a material called BOPP, or Biaxially Oriented Polypropylene. “Biaxially oriented” means that the material won't stretch in either direction. That makes for extremely strong labels that last for the life of your product.
In fact, where polypropylene labels truly excel is in durability. Polypropylene labels are resistant to heat, cold, liquid, steam, condensation, stains, and repeat handling.
Polypropylene, or BOPP, is a specially-created labeling material made of a thin plastic film. It's available in white, clear, or a silvery material we call chrome.
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Ordinary paper labels tend to absorb some of the ink from the printing process, which can leave your image looking dull. But unlike paper, polypropylene doesn't absorb any ink. The nonporous surface keeps the colors crisp.
Then we over-laminate the labels with a very thin layer of clear polypropylene for added protection.
The result? You get labels that look simply amazing. And that makes your product stand out from the competition.
Even though polypropylene labels are made of a premium label material, you won't have to pay extra to get better labels. Here at Wizard Labels, there is no extra charge for polypropylene labels.
There's a reason BOPP polypropylene labels are our number-one most popular choice. These durable, versatile, and attractive labels are perfect for the vast majority of products.
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