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Shop blank permanent-adhesive labels with peel-off liners.
Find the right label for your project or product from our selection of permanent, pressure-sensitive options.
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Permanent Inkjet Labels

Create a long-lasting label with these materials for desktop inkjet printers.

Permanent Laser Labels

Ensure your labels last with these materials for laser printers.

Permanent Direct Thermal Labels

Browse our selection of permanent labels for direct thermal roll printers.

Permanent Thermal Transfer Labels

Choose from the following permanent materials for your thermal transfer roll printer.

Permanent Inkjet Roll Labels

Identify the perfect fit for your application with this selection of permanent labels for inkjet roll printers.

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Layers Of A Self-Print Label

Our pressure-sensitive labels are made from the highest-quality materials. They consist of a liner, adhesive, facestock, and sometimes a top coat. Each layer performs a specific job to create premium quality labels for any application. Below, we break down the role of each layer:

  • Liner – this is the bottom layer of your label, the one you throw away after use. While it's not part of the application process, it is important to the printing process. A low-quality liner can cause printing issues such as jamming and curling.
  • Printable Facestock – this is your label's top layer, the part you can see and feel. Facestocks come in a variety of different colors, from bright white and metallic to fluorescent and pastel.
  • Adhesive – this is the sticky layer that allows your facesheet to adhere to your surface. We offer a variety of different permanent adhesives perfect for any job.
  • Printable Top Coat – this is an added layer that offers extra protection against liquids and other conditions. It can ensure a material is durable enough for a variety of uses like outdoor application or heavy handling.

Click on the materials above to learn more about their specific features and qualities.