Avery® EcoFriendly File Folder Labels 48266, White, 2/3" x 3-7/16", Pack of 750

Product Number: 48266
Get labels that work not only for you, but for the environment with these EcoFriendly File Folder Labels. The labels and packaging are made of 100% recycled material and are processed chlorine free. When you're done, the labels and box are also recyclable. Easily customize your labels, your way, using our free software and designs at avery.com/templates. Create one-of-a-kind labels while giving mother nature a hand with these earth-friendly labels.
  • Customize your labels with your own unique design or logo
  • Labels and packaging are made of 100% recycled material and processed chlorine free
  • Water-based adhesive is 100% recyclable
  • Compatible with both laser and inkjet printers

Price: $27.81

Product Description:
  • 2/3" x 3-7/16"
  • Rectangle
  • White
  • Laser/Inkjet
  • Permanent-Adhesive
  • 25 Sheets
  • 30 Labels per Sheet
  • 750 Total Labels

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AVERYWhite Permanent FF labels, 1500 ct. w/Lit Sheet & Sample Sheets 5366
 
4.7

(based on 265 reviews)

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    (219)

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    (31)

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94%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Labels help me organize

These 5366 Avery File Folder Labels are some of the best I've ever used. They are easy to use and format, easy to print, don't tend to smear even with bold fonts, and...Read complete review

These 5366 Avery File Folder Labels are some of the best I've ever used. They are easy to use and format, easy to print, don't tend to smear even with bold fonts, and have been a great assett to me and have helped me a great deal in keeping organization amongst the three home-based businesses that my spouse and I run! The only suggestion I have for Avery is to offer these labels with perforations to enable the use of a half-page instead whole page when necessary. Labels with borders, colors, or designs/business coding, would also be additional benefits to have!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

These do NOT stick

I have worked in offices for over 35 years and have always purchased Avery file folder labels. Until this past year I have never experienced file folder labels that would not stick! Avery thought...Read complete review

I have worked in offices for over 35 years and have always purchased Avery file folder labels. Until this past year I have never experienced file folder labels that would not stick! Avery thought I had a bad batch so they sent me a new box - they were just as bad as the first ones. I called back and was sent file folder label #8593 with sticker on the front that says "Ultrahold Adhesive Sticks to More Surfaces" and they DO stick. Avery - please recall all these labels that do not stick and replace with the "Ultrahold Adhesive". They are not easy to find.

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5.0

I would buy this products again

By Rosa

from San Diego,CA

Pros

  • Color Variety
  • Easy To Label
  • Protects Documents

Cons

    Best Uses

      This review is from Avery Laser/Ink Jet Filing Labels (30 Labels per Sheet), 5 sheets per pack 8593:

      I like all avery products

       
      1.0

      Don't Buy These Labels!!!

      By My Labels Don't Stick

      from Warrenton, VA

      Pros

        Cons

        • Poor Quality

        Best Uses

          This review is from Avery Laser/Ink Jet Filing Labels (30 Labels per Sheet), 5 sheets per pack 8478:

          These labels are horrible. The "Tru Block" may be great for reusing file folders except that they don't stick to anything. We have to tape every edge of the labels to get them to stay on our folder, regardless if using new folders or reusing older one.

          If I could give zero stars I would!

           
          1.0

          True Block File Labels 5366

          By Disappointed Consumer

          from Chicago, IL

          Pros

            Cons

            • Peels Easily
            • Poor Value

            Best Uses

              This review is from White Permanent FF labels, 1500 ct. w/Lit Sheet & Sample Sheets 5366:

              Our office has used the Avery 5366 labels for many years with no problems...until they came out with the True Block Technology. These are by far the worst labels we've ever used. They simply do not stick to any type manila folder. This is a nightmare when retrieving folders only to find the labels have fallen off within days of adhering them! Needless to say we trashed our stock of Avery labels and are using another brand. Avery needs to either bring back the previous labels or resolve the adhesion problem with the True Block.

              (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

               
              1.0

              These do NOT stick

              By Sassy

              from Fairview, NC

              This review is from Avery Permanent White File Folder Labels, 25 sheets, 30 up,750 Total 8366:

              I have worked in offices for over 35 years and have always purchased Avery file folder labels. Until this past year I have never experienced file folder labels that would not stick! Avery thought I had a bad batch so they sent me a new box - they were just as bad as the first ones. I called back and was sent file folder label #8593 with sticker on the front that says "Ultrahold Adhesive Sticks to More Surfaces" and they DO stick. Avery - please recall all these labels that do not stick and replace with the "Ultrahold Adhesive". They are not easy to find.

               
              2.0

              trouble inserting in folders

              By Tbone43

              from Undisclosed

              This review is from Top View Hanging File Tabs 1/5 Cut 5568:

              I recently bough the top view labels and the creases are hard to bend to get a good view from the top and had lots of trouble inserting them into the folders causing the labels to be wrinkled and made it hard to read the labels.

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