Like other labels of its kind, Zebra labels have several different uses. Even beyond intended use, each size can be used for other reasons as well. For instance, the one line label is customarily used on file folders, but it can also be used to identify items in a storage box or in the home to date items in the refrigerator or freezer. You can also use labels to identify items in the refrigerator or freezer. You can also use them to put identification on children's things as long as you place them where they will not risk becoming wet.

In addition to being used as address labels, three-line labels can be used to identify name and date on things in the refrigerator and freezer. You can also use them to place your name and address on things that need identification as long as they are not in the way of rain or other sources of water. Zebra labels like other labels are versatile enough for you to use for many different purposes. It is not advisable to use them on hard surfaces such as furniture or glass as you may not be able to remove them later without causing damage to the surface where they are affixed. If you want to place labels on furniture, you want to place it at an inconspicuous place where it won't matter if the entire label comes off when you attempt to remove it.

Do not think just because a label says it is for a certain purpose that you cannot use it for other purposes as well. The only exception to this is that of barcode labels that are too narrow to be used for much else. Labels of all sizes have dual purposes, which is what makes them so versatile for both home and office.

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