You've probably encountered full-sheet labels without back slits before – they can be challenging to peel. That's because there's no easy spot to begin separating the label from its liner or back slit.
A back slit is a cut made to the liner side of the sheet. The liner is the side you peel off and discard when you're ready to apply your label. Adding a back slit to the liner makes peeling easier by giving you a separation access point. In turn, back slits can speed up the application process and help minimize damage to the label's integrity.
We offer several types of back slit configurations for your full sheet label paper.