Customize and display your bottles with the easiest labeling on the planet! FastLabels are easy to use, with no adhesive there’s no tedious scrubbing or soaking. These shrink-wrap label sleeves don’t just save time, they save money too—print your designed labels off on regular computer paper for pennies, then give them a professional, waterproof look in seconds with FastLabel. Best of all, they are versatile and fit a wide range of bottle sizes, so your homebrew can look great no matter what you package it in! Labeling has never been so easy or looked so good.
Place your bottle and a custom label inside the sleeve. Then use hot water, a hair dryer, or a heat gun to shrink the sleeve around the bottle. Trim any excess material and enjoy.
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We used these labels for wine bottles. In order to use hot water it takes a deep pot to immerse the whole label. If it isn't fully immersed the unsealed edges are unsightly on the bottle. There is no clean way to finish the top edge.
We use the blank back-glued paper labels. As long as we spray them with polyurethane after printing the ink is stable. That is an extended step to make those labels work, but having to trim excess plastic on these new labels makes them not easy to use.
For me, naming, labeling and packaging my beers are half the fun. These are the best product I have found to help with making labels. Allows me to have my labels be reusable and never have to scrub labels off empty bottles. THE TRICK: you have to use the boiling water method to shrink. The heat gun will leave wrinkles and not work as well. Also I trim the excess off mine after shrinking. Makes them look even more professional.
22 oz. Beer Bottle and Wine Bottle Labels - 50 count from FastLabel
Haven't used them yet but think they will be perfect for my homemade wines and labels. Unable to find reprinted labels for 2 of my wines.