White and Red 1 x 2 Inch Freezer Labels, Set of 100
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Great for Freezer Packages, Storage Containers, Cannisters and Bins. Self adhesive, peel and apply. Box of 100 1" x 2" Freezer Labels with Red Border
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I use these to label breast milk bottles with the date. Since they're so large, I simply cut them into 4 or more small pieces which easily fit a date.
UPDATE: I recently tried using freezer tape instead of these labels, thinking it would be more economical. Here's why I prefer the labels --
1) While they have the adhesive mess problem when they get wet, their porosity allows gel ink to dry quickly. Ink stays wet and smears on freezer tape.
2) I can cut these up while they're on the backing strip, and then write on each piece before I stick it on an item. I can't do that with freezer tape, as there's no backing strip -- so I either have to write on it on the roll and then tear it or try to cut it with sticky side exposed, or write on each piece once it's on the item.
I made up a bunch of casseroles and homemade broths before my baby was born. I purchase these labels to make my job easy - write on the label, stick it on the dish, move to freezer. My inner organizational (nerd) spirit was quite pleased that the labels are simple but also kinda pretty - I like red and white. Also, it's useful that the prompts include the date and the contents so you can mark when you made the dish, thus allowing you to choose older items before newer ones.
My baby was born in October and I'm still using these labels. I think I got my money's worth!
There is one thing that I don't like: the labels do not easily come off the dish. Sometimes I just put the lid (with the label on it) on the dishwasher top shelf, and paper from the top layer of the label gets tacky, but loose - and then stuck on some other dish. Other times, I scrub off the top layer of the label, but then the dish still looks dirty with the remaining layer on it. If I wanted the dish to really look like new again, and if it were made of glass, I'd have to use goo gone to remove the last traces of the label. Obviously, that is too much work, so I live with the obviously remains of labels on my dishes.
Okay, so that is not a deal breaker, but I would like to recommend to the manufacturer to make the labels water-soluble, or something to make washing the dish easier.
In all, I will indeed purchase another box of these freezer labels when mine run out. I like to have an organized freezer :)
The ONLY reason I did not give this a 5 star review is they stick a little TOO well! :) So, taking them off your containers takes some doing and some soaking. Otherwise, they are fantastic.
Have you not ever used freezer labels or wonder why people use them? If you are anything like me, you do not know how to cook for just two people, I cook like I'm cooking for an Army! lol So, I always have leftovers. I take the leftovers and put them in containers, label them with what they are and the date and then WALA! You come home from work and just don't have the energy or strength to cook something and it's so expensive to buy take out and plus you just want to eat your own good home cooking, you have choices that are clearly labeled as to what is inside the container and easily able to make sure it's not been in there too long for it to be tasty and healthy for you.
You could also use these labels for anything, not just for the freezer. Use them to label coffee cans full of nuts and bolts and screws. Use them in your medicine cabinet to label cotton balls, q-tips, makeup brushes, etc.
shopping in bulk. I've invested in freezer containers so we can break down larger packages
into meal-sized portions. The containers (also bought on Amazon - Reditainers) are also great for leftovers, or
for preparing lunches ahead of time.
I use the labels for my Reditainers. I've had no problems with them coming off in the freezer ever.
I use a Sharpie to write on them, and no problems there either. I wish they were just a tad bigger,
but they do the job as intended.
These are easy to dispense, easy to write on, easy to stick on, not so easy to get back off.
We don't have a dishwasher, so I guess the handwashing isn't as vigorous as a dishwasher might be.
When we can't get a label off, I just put a new one over it - problem solved, and it sticks just fine.