Facts about Clothing Tags

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Author: Maggie Smith
Posted on: Nov 24, 2015

There are two types of buyers – one who has to know everything about material of the cloth and the other, who only checks the price before buying. In both the cases, tags are very important with information that every consumer needs to know. However, there is also the third type of consumer, who don’t even care about tags and ready to pay whatever written on the billing machine. But the number of such consumers is still less because market is filled with buyers who want to study the tags before investing their hard earned money. This makes, clothes tag extremely important.

Here are some interesting facts that you will like to lean.

Usually, labels or tags have shiny finish and made out of satin coated acetate that are not only flexible but durable as well. Other than this, you will also find clothing tags made of cotton, polyester, and nylon.

These labels are rectangular in shape and are commonly either 1 inch by 2 inches or 1/2 inch by 1 inch in size. The fabrics that are often used in labels are taffeta, damask and satin.

There are many clothing companies who shifted from the typical style of tags and opted for different sizes and shapes of clothing labels.

Clothing labels should always be sewed in a place that is easily viewable for anyone. For instance, it must catch the eyes of the users at the time of washing or it must be visible when the product is placed out for sale. In case the tags are not placed in the right space, it should then be added to the package.

The labels are not for temporary period. All the information must stay in the tag for the entire life of the product. It should not fade or get discolored after a wash.

Labels for product must show information like how to maintain the product or from where the fabric has been imported. The maintenance instruction mentioned on the label is applicable only to the fabric, the tag is sewed to.

The label should talk about the entire cleaning process. For instance, if one piece of the fabric requires dry wash, where as the other needs cold wash, the tag should explicitly state everything.

Tags are basically the representative of the clothing company. You must be clear about everything and earn confidence through the labels. Hence, all these facts make those little tags a surprisingly important piece that cannot be ignored.