Sticky SupaTags for shoes, books, bags, bottles, lunch boxes - even clothes!
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Super-cool and Super-Sticky, our sticky SupaTag name tags will stick to just about everything. Dishwasher and steriliser-proof they go on bottles, beakers, lunch boxes, pens, pencils, books, bags, inside shoes and even on most clothes. When using on clothes it is important to stick them onto the care labels and not directly onto the clothing. Then they will go through the washing machine - such an easy way to label clothes as well as everything else!
Bright and glossy with a choice of colours, pictures - or even with your own photo!
One thing to note - if you are uploading your own image make sure it is good quality. Our printing quality is very good but please remember these are small labels and the printing is on glossy vinyl, not photographic paper so please don't expect miracles! As you can see from the photos of the labels though they do come out crisp and clear.
When using the name labels in shoes you may also want Clear Label Protectors to put over the labels. This protects the labels from constant rubbing by feet, making them even longer-lasting. The label protectors are a new bigger size.
Talking of shoes, if your children still have trouble knowing their left foot from their right, our Tootsie Tags can be used to stick in the shoes and show them which is which. To see the various designs click here.
We still have a few LOL doll book bags and some Cars and My Little Pony pencil cases which can be labelled with the Sticky SupaTags.
Just peel them off and stick them on. If used on clothes they MUST be stuck onto silky/smooth care labels found inside clothes (the ones with washing instructions on them) and NOT directly onto the clothing itself. We do not promise that they stay on all clothing as there are so many different materials on the market. However most customers use them for clothes and come back time and again!
Do not stick onto greasy surfaces - wipe clean and dry first.
Wash any brand new clothes first before applying labels.
Press label down hard to prevent any air or water getting underneath it.
If stuck on clothes do not let a hot iron touch the label.