Avery Label Templates (Blackout Technology | Permanent-Adhesive )


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Standard label materials are not opaque enough to fully block-out text or images underneath the label.People are still prone to making mistakes and important details and information are always susceptible to last minute change - so you may need to cover something up with a label that does not let anything show through from underneath. We have several label options that will work for you.

There are a variety of reasons to use a black-out label; mistakes can be hidden, out of date information can be updated, packaging can be reused by covering up old information and replacing it with a new delivery address or identifying information, or they can be used to cover up the pattern on a substrate to ensure that the applied label remains legible.

At HouseLabels, we supply a range of black-out labels, which are matt white paper labels with an opaque coating and an opaque adhesive.

These sheets of labels sold by HouseLabels.com® can be used in HP, Canon, Epson and other printers -- either laser and inkjet.  Our labels will not damage your inkjet/laser printer.

  • These labels with Black-out technology are guaranteed to completely cover up everything underneath. You will give your packages a sharp, professional appearance even when you re-use boxes, large envelopes and mailing tubes.
  • Labels are OFF-white for professional results
  • Labels are smudge-proof and water/oil resistant
  • Quality label stock, manufactured by Fasson® or Ricoh®
  • Permanent, long-lasting adhesive for a broad range of temperatures and surfaces
  • Value for money – buy this brand compatible product for much less than the Avery® product
  • BPA Free
  • Because of differences in feed, delivery systems, etc, it is the responsibility of the user to test diecut material to ensure compatibility with their specific model of printer in its operating environment.

HouseLabels does not sell Avery-branded labels. "Avery Dennison®", "Avery®" and all other Avery-branded product names and SKU trademarks are trademarks of their respective owners. Avery Dennison Corporation does not sponsor or endorse any products made or sold by HouseLabels. Avery® cross-reference numbers are used here solely for selection of proper software template layout in most popular label software programs. Avery® cross reference numbers are not indicative of sheet performance.

*BPA (bisphenol A) is an industrial chemical that has been used since the 1960s. Certain thermal paper may contain BPA. The National Toxicology Program at the Department of Health and Human Services says it has "some concern" about the possible health effects of BPA on the brain, behavior and prostate gland of fetuses, infants and children.