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Welcome to our Web site, here we specialise in manufacturing and printing Washing Label for the Garment industry. We can produce wash care labels in Soft Satin, Fray Resistant Satin, Nylon Taffeta, Woven Edge, Self Adhesive and Iron On materials.
You can send us your print requirements by email, sample or just scan in you current labels and send to us. In return we will produce some sample printed wash care labels to your design, Free of Charge and send it to you for your approval. Once approved you can then confidently order the quantity you require, knowing that the label will be exactly what you want.
Single design and multiple designs in one print run can be accommodated!
Our Standard Widths are :- 25mm / 32mm / 38mm / 50mm. - we can supply customised widths on request.
Printing Prices start from £40.00!!
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Any organisation that has uniforms or costumes that need to be identifiable could benefit for a quick and easy to apply method of marking their garments with Iron on name tapes are the ideal solution for people that want to label clothes and other garments in a hurry. Easily applied with a hot iron they bond firmly.
The Study on labelling of textile products the directive is on ‘Textile Fibre Names and Related Labelling and Marking of the Fibre Composition of Textile Products’.
In typical Brussels gobbledygook, it states that ‘the labelling or marking of clothes shall be provided in the official language or languages of the Member State on the territory of which the textile products are made available to the consumer, unless the Member State concerned provides otherwise’.
In plain English, it means that any product sold in, say, Germany must have washing instruction labels written in German; any sold in the UK must be in English; anything sold in Poland must be in Polish, and so on.
The directive is already having an effect on the British clothing industry. John Miln, chief executive of the clothing industry trade body, the UK Fashion And Textile Association, says the result will be that clothing sold in this country could have washing care labels that identify the fibres in 23 languages.
Cleaner, fresher clothes means longer-wearing apparel. And clothes that are bleachable are easier to get clean. Always read the laundry label advice
When a clothes care label doesn't mention bleach or says "Bleach when needed," it usually means it is safe to use Clorox liquid bleach. When it says "Non-chlorine bleach when needed" use a non-chlorine (color-safe) bleach like Clorox 2®.
Because garments can be mislabeled, follow the easy wash directions on bleach container instructions to test fabrics for colorfastness.
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