According to the Daily Telegraph, a mother whose daughter was at the same boarding school as the Duchess of Cambridge and her sister Pippa Middleton, has revealed that every item of clothing they owned was immaculately labelled.
Labelling your childrens’ clothes and possessions is so much easier nowadays. We have a suspicion that Carole Middleton would have been one of the first in the queue for our iron-on and stick-in labels if they had been around then…
So, if you’d like to keep up with the Middletons get labelling. Order My Nametags now!
To get the best out of our labels read our guide:
To label clothes, you can use iron-on name labels or the colour stickers. My Nametags Colour Stickers need to be stuck to the care label, whilst iron-on nametags can be ironed directly into the clothing. Please note that our Classic black and white stickers are not designed to stick on clothing, use either colour stickers or iron-on nametags.
Colour stickers – Stick firmly into the washing care label or manufacturer’s label. Do NOT apply directly to garment/fabric. Wait 24 hours before washing. Stickers are washing machine safe (60º C) on clothing washing care labels.
Iron-on – We have either colour or our classic (black and white) iron-on labels. For best results turn off steam function. Press firmly on top of silicone paper for 8 – 15 seconds. Reduce heat and extend ironing time for synthetics.
You can use either colour stickers or classic (black and white) stickers to label equipment that has a smooth surface like plastic plates, cups, tennis rackets, mobile phones, iPods etc. All our stickers will stay on in dishwashers, microwaves or sterilisers.
The colour stickers also work on shoes, no need to use shoe protectors as these labels are extremely resistant to wear and tear.
Stick the colour label on a clean dry surface. Wait 24 hours before washing or dishwashing the item for maximum adhesion.