Law Label Materials — Why Do They Matter?

Feb 21st, 2024 Guides

From mattresses and pillows to clothing and toys, many types of products have labeling requirements. But not all labels are created equal. The material that your label is made of can spell the difference between compliance and costly fines.

Here we cover common law label materials, the types of products they are useful for, and how American Law Label can support your label needs.

Tear-Resistant Labels

Tear-resistant labels are the standard across the U.S., and they’re required for all stuffed articles. 

Required for these products:

  • Mattresses
  • Pillows
  • Stuffed toys
  • Quilted clothing
  • Cushions
  • Upholstered furniture

Waterproof and Washable Labels

Here’s a quick rule of thumb: if your product must be cleaned in a washing machine, it likely needs a waterproof or washable law label. This includes clothing and bedding products, among others.

Useful for these products:

  • Outdoor furniture
  • Washable rugs
  • Comforters
  • Pillows
  • Quilts
  • Clothing

Weather / UV Resistant Labels

Labels that can withstand the elements are required for most products that are meant for the outdoors. For instance, quilted jackets and stuffed patio furniture.

Useful for these products:

  • Tie-down straps
  • Tarps
  • Boat and car covers
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Parachutes

All Your Label Needs In One Place

Whatever your label needs, American Law Label has multiple materials that can meet your product’s legal requirements. While Tyvek® is the industry standard, we have alternative premium materials that exceed Tyvek® in strength and resistance to tears, water and exposure.

See our full line of law label products, and lean on American Law Label to keep your products fully compliant.

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