I tried this for the first time yesterday. Decent quality printer paper with a laser printer at work. Cut the labels out carefully with scissors. I took a basting brush and and sauce cup filled with 2% Canadian milk I did a wet coat on the back. The edges tried to curl back, so I grabbed it and stuck it on the bottle. Smoothed the label with some paper towel to blot the excess milk that comes out. At this point I just put the bottle in my holding cabinet. Today I pulled one out and it was quite firmly attached. By that I mean I could not even get a corner to peel, handed it to my fiancé and she couldn't scratch it easily.
So it seems to work. I would advise to use enough but don't soak it to avoid excess bottle grime. And after it's dry you can clean up any remaining dried milk.
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