Very nice! What labeller did you get? I'm sticking paper labels on with tape, at them moment (makes them easier to remove than some of the stickies), as it's quick and cheap, but does mean galloping (OK, trotting) down to the main colour printer now and again. This is why it's being fitted in around other tasks.I've been relabelling my bottles over time too.
The last straw for me came when the HoD sprung a last-minute move-up day flame test extravaganza for the whole department and I had to meticulously label 10 squirty bottles and 50-60 some universal bottles with the name, hazard severity, hazard symbols... which were all separate stickers and all needed to be taped over. It took the best part of 2 days to print, cut, wash, dry and stick, and though I knew it wasn't the most efficient process, it worked OK until that. So I put my foot down and insisted we invest in a colour label printer so I could just design them myself to include all the details on a single sticker. Looks much more professional, and is generally more informative (I include Hazcard, Ar unless it's an aqueous solution, H-code info and substances to avoid mixing with where applicable.)
Here's a sample of my spirit burners, one with the old labels, one with the one I designed.