Waterproof chemical labels

Peter Sigsworth

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I use waterproof polyester labels which do not get effected by water and they come off in one piece if you want to change them
I get them from label planet and print on a standard photocopier:

https://www.labelplanet.co.uk/adhesive-a4-laser-labels/waterproof-labels.php

I've attached a copy of one of our templates - it even has our school logo on (which you can change)
A nice professional approach Peter. I myself just print out the label and place cellotape on top. They remain waterproof. I've used you Sodium Thiosulfate label for the Arrenhius Experiment next week. Glad to see that you've put the "f" in Thiosulfate.:D
 

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I use waterproof polyester labels which do not get effected by water and they come off in one piece if you want to change them
I get them from label planet and print on a standard photocopier:

https://www.labelplanet.co.uk/adhesive-a4-laser-labels/waterproof-labels.php

I've attached a copy of one of our templates - it even has our school logo on (which you can change)
Cheaper options on reagent bottles that may be placed in a waterbath is to melt wax and paint over the label it dries clear and stays on the bottle for years.:p
 
I just use book covering plastic over printed labels similar to the ones you have shown - I like your idea of school logo though - may ask my teachers if they like the idea too.
 
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