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Oenophilia Label Lift - 50 Pack

4.1 out of 5 stars 258 customer reviews

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  • Removes wine labels easily from bottles
  • Splits the printed surface of the paper from the adhesive backing
  • Creates a laminated wine label to place in your wine journal
  • A great gift for the wine lover or person with a generous wine cellar
  • Pack of 50 label lifters
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Size: 50 Sheet Pack

Perfect for the wine lover or serious cellar master, this Oenophilia Label Lift offers a great way to remove and save your wine labels. Label Lift splits the printed surface of the paper from the adhesive backing leaving a laminated label to place into wine journals. Contents of this pack will remove 50 labels, and it makes a great gift.

Product Information

Size:50 Sheet Pack
Product Dimensions 0.5 x 5.5 x 7.5 inches
Item Weight 11.2 ounces
Shipping Weight 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Oenophilia
ASIN B003Z9AUCQ
Item model number 100099
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4.1 out of 5 stars 258 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #14,586 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#27 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Utensils & Gadgets > Kitchen Accessories > Napkin Holders
Date first available at Amazon.com August 11, 2010

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By Jennifer Hanson on April 13, 2009
Size: 10 Sheet Pack Verified Purchase
I expected to be disappointed with these, as reviews are SO varied. I was quite happy overall with their use, though. for just about ANY wine bottle using paper-y labels, this is 'the ticket' to go with to remove the labels nicely.

In all, once you get used to it, it really takes VERY little time to do, despite these long explanations. I am pleased with their ability to remove a bunch of types of labels (albeit not all), I simply think $1/sheet is a trifle lot to pay for what amounts to a large piece of tape.

My method for using these label removers:
Basically, just follow the directions IN the labels package.

1. placer sticker across label from one side to the other, carefully and slowly to get it as flat as possible. as the directions state, leave at least a 1/4" border (i tend to leave more if possible on all edges)
2. use back of large spoon to push out any airbubbles AND to get it to adhere as tightly as possible to the actual label. (pay special attention to the sides and corners of the label, and rub with the spoon until you're certain EVERY portion has been secured).
3. Wait.... it says you can wait only 2 minutes, but I prefer to wait at least 2 hours, and sometimes overnight for those labels i REALLY want to be sure I can peel off without a glitch. I also tend to do repeated 'pressings' of the spoon at random intervals.
4. I tend to peel from the 'tabbed' side of the sticker... slowly. if you see the corner come up, then keep going. If you see right away that a corner or piece is NOT coming up...STOP. try pushing it down with a spoon again and WAIT again.
5. If you are halfway through the label, and you notice a piece that won't come up properly, try peeling from the other direction.
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Size: 10 Sheet Pack
Definitely not a quick solution, but by far the most successful. I used to soak my bottles in water only to then have to scrape off mushy labels and paste them into a book. I would recommend rubbing very firmly with a hard object (they recommend a spoon; it worked well for me) and checking carefully to make sure you have no air bubbles. I waited 12+ hours (overnight) before peeling off as the adhesive gets stronger with time. When I peeled them off the next day, I had no problems and the labels came off perfectly. I would definitely recommend letting the bottles sit for a few hours before trying to peel off but this product works. It also helps if you understand that the purpose is to remove the papery front of the label from the sticky back - go in with the right expectations and you will do fine.
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Size: 10 Sheet Pack
An excellent product for the wine lover who loves to try new wines! Great to keep handy in your bag when eating out at restaurants, and if you save the labels it's easy to find those wines again! There is a trick to using them - you have to leave the label-off on the bottle for a while and rub a hard object over the entire label area to remove air bubbles and make sure it adheres to the label properly (think of applying contact paper to a schoolbook). Pull slowly and from the edges, stopping if it starts to tear - only the top layer of the label will come off (the lower layer of paper from the label stays adhered to the bottle). Save the white backing & reapply it to the label-off after use for easier non-stick storage.
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Size: 10 Sheet Pack Verified Purchase
What a spacesaver, plus who wants to store and display empty bottles...kinda too college dorm-roomish for my tastes, but some labels are really beautiful. I bought the 10 pack Label Lift to see how it worked before buying more. It works best if you leave the laminate on a few hours, especially on paper labels. Delicate paper labels will leave their backing on the bottle, so be patient getting the top portion to stick. Slicker, plastic labels came off more quickly. I then scanned them all into JPEG to use in my digital scrappbooking. Pleased with this item, overall.
The packaging was a bit overkill, as usual with Amazon...manilla envelope would have done the trick. It did arrive a day earlier than expected, so that was a plus.
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Size: 50 Sheet Pack Verified Purchase
These seem to work best when I let them sit for 24 hours on the label. Some labels are stubborn, and I can coax those off by putting hot water in the bottle after waiting the 24 hours with the lifter applied. Just pull very slowly and test a corner to see if the label is coming up. If it's stubborn, put in the water or wait longer. Pulling up slowly is key.
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All right, I have had difficulties in using these when first starting out, but they do what they are supposed to do.

First off, wait until you are sober to try and do this as they are sticky. Don't do this immediately after you have been drinking the wine or you will have problems because the labeloff wasn't on properly.

Secondly, make sure the labeloff is on properly. That means stuck totally to the label. Not wadded up or with air bubbles.

You will want to use a knife to get any bubbles out and make sure the labeloff is on the wine label.

Thirdly, wait a few minutes before removing the labels.

Another suggestion is to use a single edged razor blade to help lift off an edge of the label. Go underneath the label with the blade to make it easier to remove the labels.

Sure, it is work, but it is the best way to remove labels now that vintners are making them harder to get off and save.

Also, you will need to use them a few times before you get the hang of these.
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