Review of Maco Dissolvable Labels

**Disclosure: I received the below products for free from Shoplet.com in order to perform this review. However, no other compensation was received. All opinions expressed are my own.**

Shoplet.com is the number 1 e-tailer of business and office supplies and at Shoplet.com you'll find a huge selection of Maco products. Maco makes sheet labels, color coding labels, tags, card stock items, dissolvable labels, and more. Shoplet.com was generous enough to send me three packs of Maco Dissolvable Labels in various sizes for review. These biodegradable, dissolvable labels are the coolest thing I've seen in a while. You can easily write on them whatever you'd like using any writing utensil (or format with pre-set template and print in your laser or ink jet printer), stick them on most surfaces (plastic, metal, glass, and wood), and then easily remove them with water. They start to dissolve immediately once they come in contact with water and it only takes a few seconds to remove it completely with no sticky residual left behind and no hard scrubbing required. There is no need to soak. You can even put them in your dishwasher. I put them on my son's lunch containers as little reminders not to throw the container and/or lid away or to remember to bring it back home. They adhere to the plastic surface well, even though it's not a completely flat surface, and they don't fall off the container during the day. I can leave him a different message everyday and not have to worry about these dissolvable labels damaging my container.  



These dissolvable labels are FDA compliant so they are also great for use in the food service and healthcare industries. You can use them for canning, organizing, etc. There are endless possibilities on how you can use these labels. How would you use them?

In addition to carrying business and office supplies, Shoplet.com also carries an assortment of cleaning supplies, medical supplies, and everything in between. 

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1 comment:

  1. I hate when you put stickers on containers and then you can never get them off. The sound like something I need.

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