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BallyHockeySticks Sun 12-May-19 22:03:15

Where's good for name labels for water bottles, lunch boxes etc these days?

Cheapy ones from eBay used to be great but the last lot I got all came off in the dishwasher. Looking for some that will stay stuck but aren't too expensive.

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BringOnTheScience Sun 12-May-19 22:18:14

Easy2name have never let me down. I use them for DCs, Brownies & job.

PantsyMcPantsface Mon 13-May-19 07:49:48

Stickins have lasted years on dishwashered water bottles for me.

BallyHockeySticks Mon 13-May-19 09:03:52

Thank you both x

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MrsLJ2014 Mon 13-May-19 13:20:23

Mynametags - still going strong on clothes, shoes and Tupperware / bottles.

Oriunda Mon 20-May-19 05:29:14

Stikins are great.

user1471530109 Mon 20-May-19 05:36:15

Stikins here too. Last on clothes too. Think I got them off Amazon....

nonicknameseemsavailable Mon 20-May-19 13:11:17

www.wovenlabelsuk.com/school-labels/wl-js.html we use these (without pictures on now they are older) and they are brilliant on bags, bottles, lunchboxes and clothes. I didn't think they would be that good but have stopped using the sew in ones and just use these now. they are more expensive but so much easier.

concernedforthefuture Sun 26-May-19 21:43:57

I've gone retro with a Dymo label embossing tape machine. Loving it (click, clicksmile).

BuggerOffAndGoodDayToYou Wed 29-May-19 20:47:00

Stikins. They are fantastic. Some schools get commission too so check with your school to see if they are on the scheme.

BallyHockeySticks Thu 30-May-19 01:14:30

Thanks everyone. Sorry for the slow reply, I didn't notice there were more posts.

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