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Stickers are cool. You’ve known it your whole life.
In business, stickers are great for keeping your image visible and keeping clients. The only useful thing anyone has ever learned from a bumper sticker is that they’re hard to ignore (especially when you wall-paper the back of your SUV with them). So it’s not hard to imagine putting these pesky little graphics to work for you.
Stickers can actually have an elaborate role in your company. While you may think that stickers are just to distract kids they can catch the eye of all sorts of people. That's why stickers work great for packaging, especially because they're quite often cheaper than direct imprints on bottles, boxes, cartons, or many other items that they can be applied to.
Paper stickers are a fantastically economical option for branding materials that won't be temperature controlled. You can slap them on anything and call it your own. Paint pails, buckets, tools, or any temporary surface. A word of caution, however; these can't be refrigerated, and although they may look good they aren't water or weather-proof.
Vinyl stickers are a good idea if you need something that will resist the elements more than paper. These are waterproof and have some serious staying power, though they will fade in the sun and for that reason aren't recommended as bumper stickers.
Vinyl is a great material when you're only needing a small batch of less than 1,000, but also need something that will last longer than paper.
Roll labels are not the most economical option, but they are convenient and high-quality. Many times used in package procedures, roll labels can be a wide-variety of sizes, shapes, and have multiple materials.
These synthetic materials are simply the best at resisting the elements. They are thin, with permanent adhesives, and make for a premium image. BOPP and Polupopylene come off of roll labels, and are the same materials used on glass bottles. And as you may have noticed from seeing some beverages displayed in the store, these labels are:
- Climate resistant and can be warm or cold (not on fire, but can be frozen).
- Can be clear (with color and white printed).