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Re: Re: Plastic labels

Has anyone tried purchasing the weather proof labels (Avery 5520)?   You have 
to use a laser printer (not an inkjet printer).  They have to  be special 
ordered from an office supply store.   It is a little  pricey but you get 1500 
labels per box.  This is the first year that I have  used them so I can't 
personally vouch for the durability.  However, the  club has been using them for 
years.  Their caveat is that you have to  thoroughly clean the area to which they 
are being applied.
I am curious how long they will last.
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