• I have a chamber vac sealer and have been having trouble is labeling the packages. I run labels through my printer and stick them to the pouches but they all loosen up or fall off. I’ve been using weather proof laser labels. Any suggestions for a better label?

  • Walton's Employee

    @WIJIM When are you putting the labels on? I usually vac pack them then label them before I put them in the fridge or freezer. If you are labelling the bags first that might be part of the problem but my labels are specifically from a label maker. What kind of laser printer are you using?

  • I cover my labels with clear packaging tape. They never come off and the paper label is water proof.

  • @jonathon I put them on before I seal so maybe that is the problem…I’ll give it a try after sealing. I use Avrey weatherproof labels and run them through my HP color laser printer.

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