Opaque Labels, Also known as Blockout Labels, feature an Opaque Blackout Permanent adhesive that can completely cover incorrectly printed or outdated information on labels and boxes. These labels are supplied on A4 sheets and are suitable for laser and inkjet printing, photocopying, and hand writing.
Covering Up Mistakes
Opaque labels can be used to cover up mistakes on printed materials when adding a label (printed with the correct information) over the top of the offending error(s) it's an easier, cheaper, and quicker solution compared with having the entire batch reprinted.
Out Of Date Information
These blockout labels can also be used to replace out of date information on existing printed materials, so there is no need to waste perfectly usable materials/items just because they include information that is out of date.
Recycling packaging Or Envelopes
Opaque labels can be used to cover up existing branding or shipping information on packaging and envelopes, so that they can be reused without having to pay for new packaging or stationery, you can even use the labels for out of date information on business cards.
Our Opaque labels come in bulk boxes of 500 sheets, as these labels are made to order they can take an extra day to be made.
We also offer great discounts if you purchase more than 5 packs in a single order, making our labels true value for money.
Buy any 5 packs you get 5% off, buy any 10 packs get 10% off, buy any 20 packs get 20% off.
For larger bulk orders and pallet orders, please contact our sales team.
Tips for printing onto our Opaque Labels
These Opaque Blockout Labels can be used in laser or Inkjet printers & photocopiers, they can also be written on by hand too. Our Self adhesive Labels on Sheets are so easy to use, you can just place them in your printer tray as you would any piece of paper & press Print.
Sometimes setting your computer to auto, actual size or fit will effect the layout when printing on sheets of A4 labels. So it’s always worth taking the time to do a test print onto a piece of paper first, then you can check the sizing & positioning of your print without using up a label sheet.