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Dissolvable Use By Labels | 1" Round
1" Inch Dissolvable Use By Labels for Food Rotation

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- Dissolves w/Water and Rag or in Dishwasher.
- 500 "Use By" Labels
- 1" Inch Round
- Eco-Friendly Ink | Material made of Cornstarch
- Can Write on with Pencil, Pen or Marker
- Strong Adhesive
- Easy Peel and Apply
- Quantity Discounts for Five Rolls or More
Price: $8.39

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Dissolvable labels that say "Use By" and has a place to write the date. Once the date has come and gone, simply rinse the sticker off with water and rub it off. Or you may put the bin in the dishwasher and it will dissolve.

Simple to use and no messy cleanup. These "Use By" labels are 1" inch in diameter and come on a roll of 500. These dissolvable labels are made with a cornstarch and an eco-friendly water based black ink. You may use a pencil, pen or marker to write on these with. The entire sticker will dissolve when rubbed with a paper towel and some water.

These labels are typically used in restaurants in kitchens as food rotation needs. They let the chef know when the ingredients needs to be thrown out, for new fresh ingredients to be used. Once the label is dissolved, a new one can be placed n the same spot along with a new date written. No messy residue to clean up after.

We also have use by stickers that do not dissolve. if needed. Click here for another great label as well. We would be glad to send a sample of any label that we have on our website. Just let us know where to send it and we will get it right out.

We are the manufacturer and print and stock these for immediate delivery. We are located in Utah and and can have these to the west coast in a day or two. For the east coast it typically takes 2-4 days. We do have expedited shipping which can be found at checkout. We appreciate the chance to help out.

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