Heat transfer care labels are the latest development in apparel labeling technology. Labelless pad printing is the most cost-effective and flexible alternative to heat transfer or stitched labels. You can label-free printing to print labels directly onto any type and materials of garment, from underwear to outerwear.
Our wash care labels for garments have quick-drying performance, good light fastness, humidity rubbing fastness, washing fastness and color stability. We pride ourselves on being one of the leading suppliers of transfer care labels to the apparel industry. Our labels can be home-washed as normal and can withstand 30-50 wash cycles depending on the type of label. Our professional technicians create adhesive formulas that work best with your fabric to ensure the performance of our products on your garments. We offer apparel manufacturers a variety of methods for in-factory production of every type of transfer care label with many different variations, such as regular & stretchy inks, reflective inks, silicon, foil, flock and etc. used in the industry. Our wash care label has passed the OEKO-TEX, Intertek, SGS environmental certification.
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1. Support small order quantities and print on demand
2. Printing with a commercial heat press machine
3. Use the same inks as your local screen printer
4. Long Shelf life when stored properly
5. Can be formulated with lower application temperature
6. Economical to produce
7. No Mess application with no screens to clean
8. Fast easy printing application as little as 7 seconds
Care label means a permanent label, containing regular care information and instructions, that is attached or affixed in such a manner that it will not become separated from the product and will remain legible during the useful life of the product.
Fiber content refers to the apparel material. For example: 100% cotton or 50% cotton/50% polyester. You must include the generic fiber names along with the percentages of each. List the fibers in order of the most content, to the least. There is an exception to this. If a fiber is 5% or less, you can list it as “other fiber” if you choose (example: 96% polyester, 4% other fiber). Or if there are multiple fibers that are 5% or less, you can add them together into one “other fibers” category (for example: 52% cotton, 40% polyester, 8% other fibers). The exception to the exception is wool – even if wool is 5% or less, you must always state when wool is used. You really don’t need to worry too much about this since all you need to do is replicate the information that is already on that existing tag. So don’t make this too complicated or over think it.
Apparel must be labeled to identify where the apparel was manufactured or processed, also known as the country of origin. Again, just like with the fiber content, just use the same country of origin that is already on the existing tag. The country name must be written in English, but it is allowed to be abbreviated. If only one country is involved in the manufacturing, the country can be listed without any words like “Made in”. However, if more than one country is involved, they must be labeled with descriptions to accompany the process, such as: Made in Sri Lanka, finished in U.S.A. Don’t label the countries in a way that causes confusion or deception. So if you are printing on a shirt that was made in Nicaragua, you can’t change your tag to say “Made in USA” just because you are printing on it in the US. “A label may say, “Made in U.S.A.” only if the product is made completely in the U.S. of materials that were made in the U.S.” – Federal Trade Commission
All shirt tags must include the company name or registered identification number (RN) of the manufacturer, or of another company who is marketing or handling the product. If you are replacing the tag with your own, then you may use your company name instead of the manufacturer name since you are now marketing or distributing the apparel. However, you must list your company name as the legal name in which you do business as.
After the 3 items listed above, you can also add other information to your tags. The size is very common and important to add. This one is fairly straight forward. Mark each shirt with the size of the garment. For example: small, medium, large, etc. You can use abbreviations such as S, M, L, XXL, or 2XL to save space.
Care instructions, such as for laundering, is also very helpful to consumers. You can add text and/or symbols to help identify how to take care of the apparel. While this information is useful, it’s not required.
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