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WELCOME TO LABEL DADDY!
Our stick-on washable name labels make labeling for daycare & preschool fun and practical. Labeling helps keep your little one's belongings together so there are no mix-ups at school/daycare. our labels are waterproof, microwave, dryer, dishwasher, and freezer safe. This pack comes with 7 different label sizes for labeling shoes, clothing, lunchbox, snack containers, bottles and more.
*Label preview is not final design or layout. A Label Daddy expert will ensure that the spacing and alignment is perfect on your labels.
Are your labels waterproof, dishwasher, laundry, and/or microwave safe?
Yes they are! All of our labels are are waterproof, dishwasher safe, laundry safe and microwave safe, unless specifically stated on the product page. However, we highly recommend our lamination option for labels that will be exposed to a lot of abrasion, repeated washing, strong detergents, sunscreens, and other chemicals.
Why can’t I center my child’s name on the label preview?
Not to worry! The preview will not be the final product. One of our Label Daddy experts will be sure to adjust any of the information that you want to have placed on your label. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us to let us know.
What do I do if my child’s name won’t fit on the label?
If you are having trouble fitting the entire name on the labels, then please contact us to let us know. We will require the correct spelling of the name and the order number of your recent purchase. Your labels will certainly include the entire name, even if it doesn’t fit on our website.
Please note that long names on small labels may require small text that can be difficult to read in some instances. If there are any concerns please be sure to contact us to make sure we can make your labels look great.
What can I put my Label Daddy labels on?
Label Daddy labels will stick to any hard surfaces and some soft surfaces like: leather on a baseball glove, a dog leash or a diaper bag. Our stick on clothing labels can be applied to garment/care tags, as well as any hard surface like our other labels!
WARNING: Do not apply labels directly to skin, hair, fur, or any other part of a person or animal. The adhesive is strong and can cause injury.
My child/loved one has sensitive skin. Do your clothing labels cause irritation?
In these types of situations, we highly recommend having your label order laminated. The lamination provides a smooth surface that should not irritate skin. While we can't say with 100% certainty that our labels will not irritate anyone's skin, we feel very confident in saying that skin irritation is not an issue that our customers have ever complained about. Your satisfaction is our number one priority, so please feel free to contact us with any concerns.
How should I apply my labels to my belongings?
Label Daddy labels should always be applied by an adult or under adult supervision. To make sure that your labels will work as expected, it's important that you order the correct size label for your application. Every label page on our website gives you details about the specific label and what you can use that label on. For best results, our clothing labels should be applied to a garment’s care tag. If no care tag is present, apply the label to a garment’s brand imprint (the stamped area where a company will provide their logo or care information). We do not recommend applying the labels directly to fabric, as it may not have a strong enough surface for the adhesive to bond to.
Our labels like pressure, so don't be afraid to really give them a good going over with your thumb, or a good squeeze between your thumb and fingers. Another trick to help your labels stick - after applying labels to clothing items, throw them in the dryer for a few minutes, and then go over the labels one more time while they are still warm. Make sure to give them 24 hours before putting them in the washing machine.
For hard goods, just stick them to a clean, dry surface and work any bubbles you find, out to the edges with your thumb.
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