Water-Resistant Labels for Middle and High Schoolers

Exhausted young male Caucasian student with glasses asleep on pile of books next to spilled cup of coffee on white background with copy text space

No one likes to write on a label and then have a spill occur that renders the label no longer useful. Middle Schoolers may have water bottles for sports, band equipment in plastic cases, and plastic coated binders that are labeled to be identified. So, why shouldn’t those labels also be water-resistant? And, as homeschoolers we often let our children drink water freely while doing school work at home. Then there are our high schoolers that may be driving. How many times have we had a spill in our own vehicles while driving? Now our teens are driving around alone and their cars SOMETIMES look worse inside than our mobile homeschooling vans. LOL Half drank beverage containers everywhere with missing lids, opened cans of Red Bull when they have had to stay up all night for a test, (yes, I know, Red Bull is not good for them LOL), not to mention sports drinks, etc. All of those spill possible items are intermingled with their school books, binders, and science products. Those items are labeled, and those labels need to be water resistant. At Laser Inkjet Labels, we can help you with your needs for water-resistant labels.  You can browse those labels here.[/caption]

 

Author: Lori Sims

I am a homeschooling mom of 18 years. In my limited spare time I enjoy writing, swimming, singing, and traveling. I have two grown children that still need their momma on occasion, and two still working to get out from under my wing. :) I haven't regretted the journey no matter how crazy it has made me. LOL

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