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Give your labels some fresh air!
Most labels can't stand up to mud, rain, wind or years of sunlight – their adhesives will dissolve or their ink will fade, and you'll be left with a label that isn't doing what you need it to. If you're creating an asset tagging system to track and protect your valuables, weatherproof labels will give your system longevity that it wouldn't have otherwise. If you're labeling tools for outdoor construction jobs, sporting equipment like golf carts or handguns, or handheld appliances like PDAs, you need a label that's specially engineered to withstand the outdoors.
There's a wide range of materials available, each with its own specialty. For items that will be handled frequently, use durable aluminum tags. Laminated vinyl works for curved surfaces – as well as appliances like air conditioners where condensation can be a problem.
In these pages, you'll learn everything you need to know about the labels that can stand up to the elements.