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thatjoshguy 10-07-2009 08:08 PM

Just wanted to bring these guys to everyone's attention. They sell several kinds of beer labels at decent prices. Full wrap, half wrap, round, oval, even classic style with the label for the neck. Not just your average white label either, they sell metallic ones and a few pastel base colors as well. What caught my interest was their waterproof vinal inkjet labels. I ordered a few samples that I'll be trying as soon as they get here, and will post some pics and review them! In the mean time, you may want to check them out as well as they do ship free samples :)

Suthrncomfrt1884 10-07-2009 09:13 PM

These labels are great...if you want to spend hours removing them. I bought their removeable labels about 6 months ago. The only time they actually come off without leaving horrible glue marks everywhere is when they're dry. If you get them wet...good luck. Otherwise...good labels at a great price.

Wertwurks 10-08-2009 04:36 PM

Onlinelabels.com Rippedsheets.com
Rippedsheets.com is a good alternative to onlinelabels.com if you are looking for more materials and different dieshapes. Rippedsheets.com has over 50,000 shapes and over 400 materials. The also make wristbands for events at Wristbandfactory.com

JKoravos 10-10-2009 03:18 AM

Ooooh, what a subtle advertisement.

weirdboy 10-10-2009 03:49 AM

Nah, I'm sure he just wanted to use his first post to get the word out about a random site nobody has ever heard of. Totally legit.

thatjoshguy 10-10-2009 11:51 AM

LOL, I feel partially responsible.

HiGravShawn 10-16-2009 08:53 PM

I used onlinelabels and although I just got the matte to use for a few keepsakes I was disappointed. Just condensation was enough to start them bleeding even if I kept them away from water.

Even if I had gotten more water proof labels, the template was useless. I wasted tons of ink trying to get them to line up correctly.

KYB 10-23-2009 06:11 AM


Originally Posted by weirdboy (Post 1600540)
Nah, I'm sure he just wanted to use his first post to get the word out about a random site nobody has ever heard of. Totally legit.

I have Adblock on Firefox, and I noticed an advertisement for once on this site awhile back for OnlineLabels.com. So this site advertises them.

I got the White Matte half wrap labels. I got them printed on a laserjet and they looks great, however it was impossible to line up correctly because the labels are all touching each other on the top and bottom. Printers are not that accurate. We had to load 1 sheet at a time, and it was still off. If we put more in it was way off. So I had to trim them all. They get all messed up when wet, and part of it comes off, but it still leaves all the adhesive and some of the paper, even in an Oxyclean bath. PITA to remove. Never again.

Mountainbeers 10-29-2009 12:42 PM

Do you guys know alternatives? How do you make your labels?

Hang Glider 10-29-2009 04:53 PM

I just print them on "presentation paper", spray them with a coat of clear Krylon, cut to size and glue them on with a glue stick. Soaks off well.
Inkjet will bleed every time if you don't get a coat of clear on them - inkjet ink is water-based. Laser is melted plastic dust and will hold up really well, if you have access.

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