Fabric Labeling Options for Household Goods

We have observed an increase of locally supplied and designed textile household products in recent years. These goods are made with premium quality in mind, and they often last 4 to 5 times longer than cheaply manufactured items. If you’re going to pour time and money into creating these high-end household goods, you need a label that’s going to stand the test of time. Check out our suggestions below to see what you should use for your project.

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Quick Reference for Fabric Labeling Household Goods Label Chart

Household ItemsWoven LabelsPrinted Fabric LabelsWoven Patches
Window CurtainsYesInside onlyYes
Comforters/bedspreadsYesInside onlyYes
Towels/washclothsYesNoYes
Oven mittYesNoNo
PillowsYesInside onlyYes
Handmade furniture (textile)YesNoYes
Sheets/PillowcasesYesNoYes
TableclothsYesInside onlyYes

Do keep in mind that the more use and exposure to chemicals or heat your product gets, the quicker a printed cloth label will degrade. We highly recommend woven labels as the branding choice for any product that has high use.

You may always call us at 682-227-0100 or contact us to discuss technical requirements needed for your items. We will very efficiently get you headed in the right direction.

To pick the right fabric tags for your household products, you need to think about how often the product will be used and what kind of setting it is going to be in. The cloth labels for your kitchen towels may be different than those of your tablecloths, so you have to put yourself in the mindset of the user.

Keep in mind that the more use and exposure to chemical or heat your product gets, the quicker printed fabric tags will degrade. We highly recommend woven labels as the branding choice for any product that has high use. Pillows, towels, oven mitts, tablecloths – these are all items that get used on a daily basis. Get a label that is going to hold up to the day to day wear of your products.

Of course, you want to get a label that matches the overall look of your products. We get that. At the same time, you need to think beyond the production line. What happens to your labels a year from now? Five years from now? Ten years from now? That’s what your customers, clients, and employees are going to have to live with. You need to select a fabric that is going to last as long (or longer!) than your products themselves.

We’re Here to Help…

If you are still concerned about the cloth labels you want to use, we are available to help you out. You can always call us at 682-227-0100 or contact us to discuss technical requirements needed for your items. Tell us what your needs are, and we will gladly point you in the right direction.