Rubber labels are a great way to help brand your products in a high quality, durable fashion. However, you will first need to identify which one is best used for what you have to sell.
- Visually, there is actually very little difference between PVC and silicone rubber labels
- Both materials are good for the environment
- Each can be completely customised with your logo and a 3D multi-colour effect
- Both are entirely waterproof
- Neither will have its colour fade when in direct sunlight
- Each can be adapted to either self-adhesive or velcro backing
- Both are very easy to sew onto textiles
- PVC labels are cheaper to produce than silicone ones
- Silicone has the ability to stretch, whereas PVC rubber labels cannot
- Silicone label material is slightly more environmentally friendly material than PVC labels. It is soft against the skin than PVC label as well
- PVC labels can have a heat resistance up to 45- 50 degree Celsius. Silicone labels can have a heat resistance up to 200 -250 degree Celsius
- Silicon label can be adapted to melt adhesive, whereas PVC rubber label cannot
How could you benefit from rubber brand labels?
Branding your products is an integral part of building customer loyalty and a real relationship with those who buy your products. When it comes to branding using a logo, you should ensure that whatever means you do it with is durable and catches the eye. That’s why PVC or silicone labels are such a common choice nowadays.
All of our labels can be fully customised to your brand, and can easily be sewn onto a number of products, like outdoor clothing, footwear, hats or pet products. Better yet, the cost of producing rubber labels is very low, even in small quantities, meaning they are an ideal solution for businesses of all sizes. We offer free UK delivery and have incredibly fast lead times. To find out more and to discuss which rubber labels may be best suited to your products, contact our team today. Our contact details are here.