Guide to Pressure Sensitive Labels

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Pressure sensitive labels, also known as self-adhesive labels, are a type of label that adheres to a surface when pressure is applied. These labels are made of three layers: the facestock (the label material), the adhesive layer, and the liner (the backing material).

When pressure is applied to the label, the adhesive layer sticks to the surface, creating a bond. This type of label is commonly used for product labeling, packaging, and branding purposes.

Pressure sensitive labels can be made from a variety of materials, including paper, plastic, and foil, and they can be printed in a range of colors and designs. They are easy to apply and remove, making them a popular choice for labeling products in many industries.

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2- ply label on an OTC bottle

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