By combining different types of printing media and adhesive, unique labels can be made for different applications. Here are some examples.
- Chemical labels – have a long service life, are resistant to interference, harsh working environments, humidity. These labels have a very high adhesion, they cannot be broken and their printing cannot be erased. For these labels, designers typically use a polypropylene printing support and permanent adhesive.
- Frozen food labels – they are made of paper (vellum, thermo or semigloss), and the adhesive is made to resist in frozen environments, as well as in freeze-thaw cycles. Such labels will not peel off in damp environments and the information they provide remains clear..
- Fruit and vegetable labels – these have a short shelf life or a relatively short shelf life. The material support for these labels is generally thermal eco, and the adhesive is permanent.
- Bookstore labels – are applied to books, brochures or different publications. They are made from vellum or semi-gloss paper, and the adhesive is removable (it easily detaches from the books without leaving traces). These labels can also be used on decorative objects: frames, flower vases, glasses etc.
- Promotional labels – are made to attract the attention of consumers. In general, designers use materials that stand out by shape, color and texture, as well as permanent adhesives. This is true especially for the cannabis packaging labels Colorado now produces.