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Furniture Polish Labels

Use the right materials to highlight your wood care products.

When creating a family of furniture care products such as conditioners and oils, be sure to let the customer see exactly what they will be putting on their expensive wooden treasures. By using clear labels and containers, the buyer can see the products inside, showing your quality ingredients.

And since your customer will be concerned about the ingredients, your label needs to show caution information and detailed instructions.

The label also needs to be durable as it will be handled repeatedly, often with the contents dripping on the label. This could lead to important label directions becoming unreadable. Always use the right label materials for your labels and consider lamination to make your label look better and last longer.

Take a look at some sample labels below or check out our label gallery.


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Furniture Care Product Label Tips

Materials:
• Flexo label printing allows bright colorful labels in up to 10 colors on clear film materials.
• Expanded text booklet labels with multiple layer construction let you include large amounts of text for ingredients, caution and handling instructions.
• Durable label materials hold up to harsh storage conditions and consumer handling.

Artwork:
• Adding lamination to your label will help it look better and last longer.
• Custom die shapes can match your label to the lines of the container.
• Matching front & back labels can enhance a products design and they can be easily applied using a label applicator system.
• Be sure to add your social media sites and a QR to engage your customers.

Butcher Block Conditioner Label

Using a clear label material on a clear container allows the product to seen, enhancing its quality. The label is also a custom shape that is die cut to match the bottles curves. And the label graphics use shadow elements to create a percieved depth to the label. That's just cool.

This label lets the customer know that this is a high-quality product that they can safely use on their butcher block cutting board
.

Label Size: 2.675" wide x 5.0" high

Facestock: Clear Film

Print method: Digital

Top Coat: None

howard products butcher block conditioner label
Lemon Oil Wood Polish Label

This container of Lemon Oil wood polish has a label applied front and back. The front label is a colorful rendering of a lemon, making it clear what this product is. The yellow colors match the yellow of the container.

The die-cut label fits perfectly into the bottles shape. Printing these on our digital press allows the customer to get the exact amount they need while still meeting their budget
requirements.

Label Size: 3.0" wide x 4.0" high

Facestock: Gloss white

Print method: Digital

Top Coat: None
Howard Products Lemon Oil label
Orange Oil Furniture Polish Label

This is a wrap-around label that covers most of the bottle of furniture polish but still lets some of the product color show top and bottom. The label wraps the container and mets perfectly on the back side.

The bright orange color of the liquid is matched with stunning graphics on the label, extending the message that this is a high-quality furniture care product
. it's a simple yet elegant design.

Label Size: 5.5" wide x 4.5" high

Facestock: Gloss white

Print method: Digital

Top Coat: None
Howard Products Orange Oil furniture polish label

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