Since I moved I really needed to organize all the boxes we had to move into this tiny apartment and for the most part I STILL HAVE NO IDEA WHAT’S IN THEM.  As I’m sorting through what goes on the shelves and what goes back in storage I need a plan.

Luckily I’m working on a project with Brother and the P-touch labeler.

But I’ve had labels before and they don’t always hold up to wear and tear now do they?

Let’s see how the P-touch does with it’s laminated labels!

Brother P-touch labelers create durable, laminated labels that can stand up to some of the toughest of conditions including heat and cold, rough handling, sunlight, water, and spills.

I was asked to perform a test on the strength and durability of the labels.

I would have done it myself but WHEN YOU HAVE A 6 FOOT SON WHO LIFTS WEIGHTS THEN WHY DO IT YOURSELF?

Can these laminated labels stand up to one 6 foot son made of steel?

I’m almost as smart as I look sometimes.

Armed with a scrubbing pad, pot scrubber, nail polish remover and bleach scrub he went to work on a few test labels.

I told him “hey while you are at it, clean the sink too”

BEFORE | DURING

DURING | AFTER

 

So the labels made it without even a scratch.

The sink has never looked better.

And I have a new blogging assistant it seems.

I call that EPIC WINNING…

“I wrote this review while participating in a campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Brother P-Touch and received a product and gift card to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.”

1 Comment on P-Touch Label Put to the Test – Review

  1. Sharon {Grumpy, Sleepy and Bashful}
    August 31, 2011 at 12:40 am (6 years ago)

    Looove it! I have an old p-touch, with old labels. They don’t tend to stick to everything, and I never did try to scrub them! Maybe it’s time to load ‘er up with new and improved labels. :))

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