Custom Printed Care Labels/Wash Labels/Laundry Labels for Clothing
- Soft and Durable
- Skin Care and Eco-Friendly
- Fully Customizable： content, material, folded way…
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Starting at $30 for 200pcs Custom Care Labels!
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Frequently Asked Questions About Custom Care Labels
What does "care label" mean?
A care label, also known as a care tag or care instruction washing label, is a piece of information attached to a garment or textile product that provides essential guidance on how to properly clean, care for, and maintain the item. Care labels play a crucial role in helping consumers preserve the quality, appearance, and longevity of their clothing and textiles. These labels typically include instructions and symbols for washing, drying, ironing, and any special care considerations, such as avoiding certain detergents or dry-cleaning methods. Care labels ensure that individuals can make informed decisions about how to handle their garments to prevent damage, color fading, shrinkage, or other adverse effects that improper care might cause. By following the instructions on care tags, consumers can extend the life of their clothing and textiles while keeping them looking their best.
What material I can choose for my custom laundry labels?
As a laundry label maker, we can offer thousands of fabrics as material for your custom laundry labels. Commonly used materials are organic cotton, black and white silk tape, nylon tape, Tyvek paper, etc. If you want unique material, please get in touch with our professional sales and they will offer feedback.
How do I create a care label design?
- Gather information： Gather information about the fabric type, washing and care instructions and any special care considerations for the product（garment, bag, quilt, clothes…）
- Choose Design Elements: Select fonts, colors, symbols for caring, and graphics that match your brand’s identity while ensuring clarity and readability.
- Layout: Design a layout that includes the symbols for caring, written instructions, and any additional information you want to include.
- Symbols for caring: Incorporate internationally recognized care symbols for washing, drying, ironing, and other care methods. Ensure they’re accurate and clear.
- Written Instructions: Write concise instructions for each care aspect, using clear and straightforward language. Be specific about water temperature, detergent type, etc.
- Graphic Placement: Position care symbols alongside written instructions for easy association. Group similar instructions together.
- Logo and Branding: Include your company logo or name discreetly to reinforce brand identity without overshadowing the care instructions.
- Material and Size: Choose a durable material for the label. Ensure the size complements the product and is large enough to read easily.
- Legibility: Prioritize legibility by using appropriate font sizes and spacing. Test the design to ensure it remains readable in different sizes.
- Proofreading: Double-check for errors in grammar, spelling, and content. Accurate instructions are crucial for customer satisfaction.
- Mockup and Testing: Create mockups to visualize the label on the product. Test the label’s durability through washing and ironing simulations.
How to write wash instructions for my care labels?
Here are some normally used wash and care instructions for you to choose from.
- Country Or Origin: Made in…
- Wash Options:
- Machine Wash: Gentle / Delicate cycle.
- Hand Wash: Use mild detergent and lukewarm water.
- Cold Water Wash: Use cold water to maintain color and prevent shrinking.
- Separate Colors: Wash dark and light colors separately.
- Inside Out: Turn the garment inside out before washing to protect the fabric’s exterior.
- Fiber Content:
- Cotton: Machine wash with similar colors.
- Wool: Hand wash in cold water with wool detergent.
- Polyester: Machine wash on a gentle cycle with lukewarm water.
- Silk: Dry clean or hand wash with mild detergent.
- Rayon: Hand wash in cold water, avoid wringing.
- Denim: Machine wash with similar colors, iron on medium heat.
- Linen: Machine wash or hand wash in cold water, iron on high heat.
- Bleaching Options:
- Non-Chlorine Bleach: Only use non-chlorine bleach if necessary.
- Do Not Bleach: Avoid using any type of bleach to prevent damage to the fabric.
- Drying Options:
- Tumble Dry: Use low heat or gentle cycle for machine drying.
- Line Dry: Hang the garment on a clothesline to air dry.
- Dry Flat: Lay the garment flat on a clean surface to dry.
- Avoid Direct Sunlight: Protect colored garments from fading by drying them away from direct sunlight.
- Ironing Temperatures:
- Low Heat: Use a low heat setting for delicate fabrics.
- Medium Heat: Suitable for most fabrics like cotton and synthetics.
- High Heat: Suitable for durable fabrics like denim or linen.
- No Steam: If the care label specifies, avoid using steam while ironing.
- Dry Cleaning Options:
- Dry Clean Only: Send the garment to a professional dry cleaner.
- Do Not Dry Clean: Avoid dry cleaning to prevent damage to the fabric or print.
Any Questions? Need Some Help?
If you need any help along the way about printed care labels for clothing, our dedicated support team is here for you.