Neck label contains information about the garment that is on the inside rear of the garment around the neck area. These labels can be applied to the neck area by either printing (pad printing, heat transfer, or screen printing) or sewing in a label. The information on the label is largely regulated by government agencies, however, there is still a customizable aspect of label-making they allow brands and small businesses to embrace. This customization can follow brand guidelines including color and font.
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According to the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) website:
Most textile and wool products must have a label listing the fiber content, the country of origin, and the identity of the manufacturer or another business responsible for marketing or handling the item.
IDENTITY OF THE MANUFACTURER
The identity of the manufacturer or another business responsible for marketing or handling the item must be listed on the neck label. The Registered Identification Number (RN) can be used instead if it has been issued. An RN is only issued to US manufacturers. It is not required to do business in the U.S. You may replace an existing label with your own name, however, the new label must still list the original manufacturer and all of the required information of the original label.
The neck label must contain the generic fiber names and percentages by weight of each constituent fiber must be listed in descending order of predominance. Only applied to fibers in yarns, fabrics, clothing, and other household items. If part of the product is made from non-fibrous material – such as plastic, glass, wood, paint, metal or leather – such as zippers, buttons, and beads, you don’t have to include that information.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
Imported products must identify the country where the products were processed or manufactured. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection have their own set of rules regulating labeling requirements such as an unfinished product must be labeled, unlike FTC regulations where labeling only applies to finished products.
The regulations in this article are for the United States and for any garments sold within the country. All countries have varying regulations, so please check before you start labeling.
The Benefit of Customizing a Neck Label
Let your brand stand out among others. Purchasing garments has largely moved to online sales. A neck label that stands out (in a good way) will not only catch the attention of the person who made the purchase, it will also serve as a reminder of where to go to order other garments. Be creative, yet professional to truly stand out.
Iron On Neck Labels
We do offer service to remove the inside size tags and heat transfer print your custom size tag label with your logo and info on the inside at an additional cost per inside tag.
How To Iron On Tagless Labels To Garments
Please ensure you peel these label after cool off for a while, as these are COLD SPLIT. If they still get hot, you will have issues peeling,
Please test tagless labels on a test garment to dial in your heat press settings, time and pressure due to each heat press being made by different manufacturers so they vary from machine to machine. Also test to adjust for each different garment material to get the correct setting for proper transfer.