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Cover Up Old Information With Style
Mask printing mistakes, grammatical errors, outdated information, and anything else that needs to be changed or concealed with custom cover-up labels. We have several label options that will discretely hide the printed material underneath. Cover-up labels (also known as “blockout labels”) do have some special requirements, so let us know what you need to mask so we can select the right materials to create a seamless solution.
How Cover-Up and Blockout Labels Work
Standard label material is not opaque enough to fully block-out text or images underneath the label. Whether you need to cover up print on packaging, envelopes, flyers, or magazines, we have cover-up and block out label options that will work for you.
- A high gloss paper that has a special opaque barrier – great for labeling items that are mostly used indoors.
- Metallic paper or film overprinted with white ink (the metallic material acts as an opaque barrier).
- Opaque film with a dark barrier undercoating is a good choice if you need extremely durable cover-up labels.