Window Stickers and Reverse Printed Labels
This process allows for the backing paper of the label to be printed in a single colour. Our customers choose this labeling process when they want an image on one side of a label with instructions on the reverse that can be read when the label is removed. Reverse printing effectively doubles the amount of space available for printing.
Being able to print on both sides of the label makes reverse printing the ideal way to create a unique label, attracting a variety of customers. Our customers choose this clever technique to create the perfect label for their needs, which improves the uniqueness of their products.
Show off your products with the revolutionary technique of reverse printing. We can produce full-colour reverse-printed labels to your specification using your branding, logo design, and content. This process is typically completed when you have a transparent label and you are wanting your print to be visible through this.
We can print an array of designs for you, simply enquire with us using one of our below quote forms and we will be able to quickly get back to you with a price.
Reverse Printing Process
Reverse printing on labels is a process in which the image or text is printed on the underside of the label material so that it is visible through the transparent or translucent front of the label. Here’s an overview of the process:
Label Design: The label design is created or modified to include the image or text that will be reverse-printed on the label. This design is created in a way that the image or text appears reversed, as it will be printed on the underside of the label material.
Label Material Selection: The label material is selected based on the desired properties of the label, such as transparency or translucency. Materials such as clear films or translucent papers are commonly used for reverse printing.
Printing: The label material is loaded onto a printing press and the reverse printing process is applied. The ink or toner is applied to the underside of the label material, so that it is visible through the front of the label.
Finishing: The label is finished according to the desired specifications, such as die cutting, laminating, or applying adhesives.
Overall, reverse printing on labels involves printing the image or text on the underside of the label material, so that it is visible through the front of the label. This process is commonly used for labels that require a transparent or translucent appearance, and it can be done using a variety of printing methods, such as digital, offset, or flexographic printing.
What uses do these labels have?
The reverse printing process is the perfect option for many different products. This labeling style works well for unique gin bottle labeling, promotional purposes through window stickers, and medicine bottles.
This label type is also perfect for window stickers. As a design can be printed on both sides of the label, it can be used on a window surface. Common uses for window stickers include promotional information in shop windows, and warning signs and they are perfect for business logos.
Stock & Availability
As customer satisfaction is our top priority, we are proud to offer a fast 5-day turnaround time for all of our Printed Roll Labels. With the exclusion of made-to-order labels, all items will usually be dispatched the same day if ordered before 4pm on weekdays for next working day delivery.
Shipment & Delivery
We use a variety of delivery partners, depending on the weight of your order or where we are delivering to. Most UK locations will be a 24-hour service. We will email you confirmation of dispatch alongside your tracking information so you can check the progress of your order.