Know About Cloth labels

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Published: 31st August 2012
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The best way to define your clothing line is to tag them with logo of your company. You can also imprint the details about the cloth along with your brand name. Before you design the label for your clothing line, here are certain things that you should consider.

Apparel and fabric manufacturers often like to label their product to imprint their brand name on the dress as well as in the minds of the buyers. Adequate infrastructure is required to make labels and these must be made or acquired at the same time as the garment or fabric to ensure the product can be tagged and sent for display and sale immediately. State of the art technology available with label manufacturers makes it possible them to manufacture large quantities of labels. Labels for cloth can either be printed or woven and based on the design and the material of the fabric a suitable tag can be chosen. Quality must be maintained during productions of labels to ensure they are of the same quality as that of the garment or fabric.

Premier and good quality of materials must be used to make labels for cloth as otherwise they might come off with wear and tear and the apparel will no longer be branded. Labels on cloth often have the logo or emblem of the cloth manufacturing company and this makes it possible for a brand name to be established. Innovation can also lead to tags being made of better quality and design that enhance the value of the brand itself. Cloth labels can also be customized as per requirements and can be made in a variety of shapes and sizes. The fabric used to make labels can also be chosen based on the requirement and clothes can thus have labels that are personalized.

Cloth labels must be able to withstand the wear and tear of repeated washing and the print on it must also sustain and withstand repeated exposure to chemicals. Depending on the material of the apparel or fabric, the label can be customized, designed and manufactured using modern technology. Cotton tags are generally soft on the skin and are preferred for most apparel however softer material can be used for making labels for materials like silk that will blend with the dress. Woven labels are also quite popular and can be used based on the requirement. These withstand the wear and tear of repeated washing and ensure the label lasts for a long time.

Peeling off of labels from dresses and fabric is a common occurrence over a period of time and this can be prevented by using good quality of material to make labels. Organic materials must be used as much as possible so that they easily disintegrate and get degraded. Also, cloth labels must be made from non toxic materials especially clothes made for infants and children. Advances in technology lead to new innovations and different types of new materials have been synthesized and manufactured. TPU is one such material that easily degrades and is non toxic and also does not get rugged after repeated washes. Manufacturers and suppliers of cloth labels undertake orders for large scale production of labels and these can be made in the shape, size and color of your choice. This is a good alternative to making the labels yourself and this also saves time and expedites your production process.

The author of this article is associated with Nationbright Industries , which design superior quality cloth labels as per their clients' preferences.

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