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New residue free textile label adhesive from UPM Raflatac
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Jan '17
Courtesy: UPM Raflatac
Courtesy: UPM Raflatac
Producer of self adhesive label materials UPM Raflatac, has introduced RP38 TXL adhesive for clothing and textile labelling in retail environments, which ensures that labels stay in place without discolouring the fabric or leaving residue when removed. The adhesive offers stable performance in product label printing and does not bleed, even in warm conditions.

According to the Finnish company, the RP38 TXL keeps labels securely in place for applications such as clothing and product labelling, and protects merchandise by ensuring that there are no markings or discolourations from the label.

Although, the adhesive keeps labels firmly attached, it also allows them to be easily removed without leaving behind any residue.

"RP38 TXL has been developed to function well throughout the label's life cycle, from conversion and dispensing, through to retail usage and removal,” Jouni Iiskola, segment manager retail and logistics at UPM Raflatac said. “This new adhesive offers clothing a safe labelling solution that protects textiles, while still keeping labels firmly adhered." (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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