I have used the Avery clear labels for
years with very good success. I use a heavier label stake (See-Fine) and can
remove the labels using boiling water and a razor blade scrapper. A heavy duty
heat gun works even easier but I don't have one of those.
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Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2001 5:13
Subject: [iris-photos] RE: CULT:
Sorry, I didn't have anymore info. All I had
left was a printout describing
the procedure. Anything I saved was deep
sixed when the BIOS went south. I
spray painted the Eon label markers with
a quality appliance paint. I also
got tool dip and dipped the marker
legs to prevent rust. Everything seems to
be working as I had hoped. I'm
retired with a little time on my hands :)
I use Avery 5630 clear
plastic laser labels. Not having a laser printer, I
had the local fax, UPS
and printing service store print them for me. I
supplied the labels and
the floppy disk with the Word label format. They
charged me $12 to print
o/a 350 labels. About a buck per page of labels.
Kinkos will rent a
computer and a laser printer, but I figured the cost would
even out. For
years I had been using a plain plastic tape. I tried the
labeler. The PTouch labels did not last 5 months.
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