LOS ANGELES, April 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- When people think of fabric labels, they often think of the tags that always come in the inside collar of a shirt or the waist of a pair of pants. While this type of tag does indeed represent a significant portion of the custom labels made by custom label manufacturers like Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc., there are a multitude of other label types that serve many different purposes for companies. While many of these labels are used to draw a customer's eye to the product and make them more likely to make a purchase, others are used to convey necessary information to the customer after a purchase has been made. Here are three unique types of labels that customers of Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc. use for a variety of different purposes:
- Collar Labels – When customers are shopping for shirts, they know that the inside collar is the place to look when they want to see if a particular shirt is in their size. A savvy designer will use this fact to their advantage by working with Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc. to develop a custom, eye-catching label that will identify their product as unique and legitimate in the eye of the shopper. Even if they put that particular item of clothing back on the shelf because it is not their size, they will still remember that brand the next time they are out shopping. A good fabric label not only makes single purchases more likely, but it helps build brand awareness and loyalty when it comes to future purchases.
- Hang Tags – Another important label to have on an item of clothing is a sleeve hang tag that allows less inquisitive shoppers to quickly get the information they need about the price and size of an item of clothing. Often, clothing designers opt for a simple white stock paper tag, but this decision not to use a unique, custom tag is a missed opportunity to draw the shopper in.
- Law Labels – Everyone has seen these inconspicuous white labels usually saying something along the lines of "Do not remove under penalty of law." They are actually very important for conveying necessary legal information to customers. Because not all products come with a contract or a manual, a law label serves as a vital disclaimer that can protect a company from a lawsuit if properly applied.
For 25 years, Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc. has been providing various clothing and manufacturing businesses in Los Angeles and beyond with the labels that they need to make their products marketable and complete. If you are interested in how you can make your product stand out with a custom fabric label, call Hi-Tech Printing & Labeling Inc. today at 213-746-7772 or visit www.fabriclabels.com.
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