Have you ever heard of labels liner peeling, curling, or even falling off in cold weather? Have you ever heard of labels' adhesive spilling over, causing jams in hot weather? If yes, then you've come to the right place.
Different environments, such as hot and humid, wet, or frozen conditions, affect how well labels adhere. It's crucial for labels to be easy to read, scan, and safe for use and disposal. If not, it can lead to additional tasks like reprinting and resticking, potential shipping issues, the loss of replacement orders, negative customer reviews, and a drop in sales.
But how does Betckey solve these issues?
Issues? What Issues?
Label issues caused by weather are very simple.
In hot weather, such as during summer, the adhesive tends to spill over to the sides of the label rolls, including the cores. Consequently, labels from certain brands that don't individually pack each roll may appear as if two rolls are stuck together. This can damage your rolls when separating them and even cause printer jams due to adhesive spillage.
In cold weather, like during winter, the labels' liner may peel or curl, causing issues for labels like Brother series that are supposed to be placed facing downward, resulting in printer jams. Additionally, the liner may curl or even completely fall off, even after being applied to the package.
How Betckey Solve those issues?
Unlike other labels in the market with adhesive operation temperatures ranging from 32℉ to 140℉, Betckey labels with top adhesive remain reliable between 14℉ and 158℉, covering a vast range of conditions.
Additionally, every roll of Betckey direct thermal labels is packed in either an individual black plastic bag or a 0% transparent small case (like Brother series), not only preventing adhesive spillage but also addressing issues like labels peeling, curling, falling off, and multiple rolls sticking together in both cold and hot weather.
Tips for Applying Labels in Cold Weather
Before sticking Betckey labels onto a surface in cold weather, please ensure the surface is dry and clean. In other words, you don’t want to stick labels on surfaces with dust or ice that the adhesive cannot 'hug' around. Otherwise, labels may not adhere properly when dust is present or when ice melts.
Take on the Challenge with Us
Actions speak louder than words. We welcome everyone to challenge or test whether Betckey labels' adhesive remains reliable between 14℉ and 158 ℉. If you are interested, please film a video showing if Betckey labels' adhesive fails, as long as the video demonstrates:
- The surface is clean and dry before sticking labels.
- There is a thermometer showing the testing temperature is within the range of 14℉ to 158 ℉.
Accelerating the video speed during the waiting part is acceptable. If adhesive fails, we will:
- Issue a full refund.
- Provide free-gift for your kind help.
Nothing makes us happier than finding out we can still improve our product to better satisfy our customers.