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Dog Shampoo | How to select the
right product for your furry friend

Wet dog in towel with rubber ducks Dogs who are bathed using human shampoos, may have clean, nice-smelling fur, but can end up developing problems like itchiness, dandruff  and increased susceptibility to infection. The reason for this is that dogs’ skin has a different pH level from that of humans that ranges around 5.5 -7.2 compared to humans at around 4.7-5.75.  So they need shampoos that can help take care of lice and parasites, as well as not contain the foaming chemicals found in human shampoos.

Is Your Artwork Print Ready?

print file example We'd like to make your ordering process as easy as possible, so we've put together a set of guidelines for getting you artwork files print ready!

What is the Purpose of Film Lamination?

Film lamination is an additional finishing process in which a plastic film is pulled over the label. The dirt and moisture-repellent film additionally protects the label from abrasion.

Plus Materials | The Strength
in your Product Label

blog-plus-materialien When deciding for or against a material, the adhesive strength of a label has to be decided on in addition to its appearance and feel. Depending on the industry, special requirements may also placed on the label.

Using a Thermal Transfer Printer
to Print on Labels

Thermal_Transfer_Printer Can I use a Thermal Transfer Printer to Print your Labels? A question that we often get asked.  The answer being Yes.  You can print some of our materials yourself using a thermal transfer printer.

The History of the Label | Part 2

Label Showcase In Part 1 we learned how the label developed from the Egyptians' roll seal to the pendant used by the Romans. In this post we look at the development from the Middle Ages onwards. Here an invention had a decisive influence on our label today: letterpress printing.

The History of the Label | Part 1

Cylinder Seal of the Uruk period The term label has its origin in the old French word estiquette, which comes from estequier/estequer and means to attach, append or little note.