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    Hi all, just wondering what name labels are good.
    Dishwasher safe
    Machine washable (clothing)
    Sticks to tuppaware good

    Thank you

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    I just ordered my iron on labels and name stickers from here. Never had issues with them. But I never out items with stickers in the dishwasher as the heat would melt the glue

    http://www.boscobear.com.au/index.php

    There sometimes I'm scoopon for 1/2 price etc

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    Tinyme
    Very good quality!

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    I've had good success with labels from bright star kids for plastic ware. The labels have gone through the dishwasher, steriliser and hand washed, and have stayed on. Except for one I didn't apply properly, it came off after a year or so. But I knew as I applied it I had stuffed it. I haven't tried their iron on clothing labels yet.

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    Ive been impressed with the Bright Star labels on plastic containers. I labelled about 40 containers in January and maybe 2-3 labels have come off. The containers go through the dishwater.

    I ironed on a few clothing labels and they have stayed on but to be honest it's a bit of a PITA ironing them (or I'm lazy, probably more like I'm lazy) and I don't use them much.

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    Another recommendation for Bright Star Kids.
    I'm yet to use the iron on labels I bought, but the stick on labels have lasted really well on containers, shoes, and even on a canvas backpack and lunch bag. 2 years on, they haven't faded or peeled off.

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    Bright star kids are amazing quality. I've still got some on containers from when DD was a daycare as a baby, she turns 8 next month! They still look brand new.

    I switched to hippo blue as they are cheaper but wish I'd stuck with bright star kids. The hippo blue ones are faded and occasionally fall off.

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    Thank you so much. I'll decide between bright star kids and tiny me. Which ever one has a better deal.

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    I use stuck on you iron on and stick on labels, have been using them since February with no issues!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Thank you so much. I'll decide between bright star kids and tiny me. Which ever one has a better deal.
    Look on their Facebook pages. Bright Star Kids had a discount code when I ordered.


 

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