Brother TZeFA3 - Fabric tape - blue on white - Roll (0.5 in x 9.8 ft) 1 roll(s) - for P-Touch GL-H100, H105, PT-1010, 1290, D200, D400, D600, H101, P750; P-Touch EDGE PT-P750

1 reviews - By: Brother

Brother TZeFA3 - Fabric tape - blue on white - Roll (0.5 in x 9.8 ft) 1 roll(s) - for P-Touch GL-H100, H105, PT-1010, 1290, D200, D400, D600, H101, P750; P-Touch EDGE PT-P750
MSRP : $29.14

Sale : $28.99
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This tape is specially formulated for use on fabric. Printing results with navy blue lettering on a white cloth background. The label can be ironed onto virtually any cotton item.
Key Features and Benefits:P-touch TZ label tested to the extremeExtensive testing has been performed to ensure that P-touch TZ label is incredibly durable under all kinds of conditions. It holds up extraordinarily well - and stays crisp, legible and affixed - even when subjected to abrasion, extreme temperature, industrial chemicals and sunlight.Abrasion resistant P-touch TZ labelBrothers patented tape technology ensures that Brother P-touch laminated label can withstand even heavy abrasion.Temperature resistant P-touch TZ labelWhether you want to use the label in freezing conditions or extremely warm environments, Brother P-touch laminated label has been designed to last.Fade resistant P-touch TZ labelWherever you use P-touch laminated label, it will stay as clear and legible as the day it was applied.Water and chemical resistant P-touch TZ labelTesting TZ label to the extreme has found it to be waterproof and resistant to chemical spill.

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Great Product for Personal Items ID

I was wondering how I was going to label all of my Father's personal clothing, bedding etc. I found on the back of the label for P-Touch that they made a fabric Iron-On Tape. I ordered 2 and have just about labeled everything as he was moving into a residential care facility which required that we mark everything he owned that was laundered by the facility. Not sure if they will loose his stuff but I even labeled the foot of his socks! What a relief to find a solution to marking his personal items!