White BOPP (Permanent)
This polypropylene material (similar to mylar) is suitable for most applications. It is 2.6Mil in thickness with a permanent adhesive. This material is impervious to water and oils and is particularly suitable for bath and body products as well as food containers.
It is white and somewhat opaque, but may not be opaque enough to cover high contrast text without dark ink printed on it.
Clear BOPP (Permanent) This is the clear version of the Polypropylene (BOPP) material. It has the same waterproof qualities as the White BOPP, but on a 2Mil clear material with permanent adhesive. It provides more of a no label look and is suitable for window stickers.
When using this substrate, it is common to back all printing with White Ink since digital color inks themselves are about 50% transparent.
White Flexible Vinyl (Permanent) The white vinyl is 3.4Mils thick with a permanent adhesive and is very substantial. It is suitable for applications where greater strength and durability is needed or where lengthy exposure to the elements is an issue. For outdoor use.
It is white and more opaque than white BOPP, but it may not be opaque enough to cover high contrast text without dark ink printed on it.
Estate #8 Textured (Permanent) This is a great option for wine labels, gourmet foods or high-end beverages. Being a white premium paper stock, it’s not as water-resistant or durable as BOPP but does feature a permanent adhesive.