Compare Blank Label Materials

Find the best blank label material to use for your project. Expand each section below to see the wide variety of options we offer.

1 (FDA 21 CFR 175.105)
2 Recycling Compatible Adhesives (RCA) EO 13148, Sec 702
3 Waterproof with laser printers and pigment-based inkjet printers
4 Oil-resistant with laser printers and pigment-based inkjet printers
5 Water resistant labels are safe for refrigerators and freezers and may be splashed or rinsed. Waterproof labels may be submerged.
5 & 6 Water & oil-resistant label papers offer some protection against surface contact with water and oil but they should not be submerged. When submerged, water and oil can penetrate the label edges and cause discoloration.

Avery Blank Label Materials

Should you use paper or film labels for your beverages? Do you need labels for outdoor use or to stick onto interior walls? What is the difference between WeatherProof™ and UltraDuty™ labels and what is the best label material to use for your project?

No matter what you're looking for, our helpful Material Comparison Chart can guide you in the right direction. Find the differences between paper labels and waterproof film labels, and see why film is the best choice for branding chilled beverages. Avery Surface Safe® film lets you make signs for walls, while our extremely durable UltraDuty® film can take on the most extreme of environments.

If you have any questions regarding any of our materials, please feel free to reach out to our amazing Customer Care Center (800) 942-8379 for more help.

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