Since the labels are easy to replace, this is a smart way to always keep track of the contents of your jars and food containers. Or put one on a jar of homemade treats to give away as a nice gift.
Perfect for labelling your jars of dry goods or containers with leftovers.
The labels come in two sizes and are easy to put on and take off without leaving marks.
If you use a non-permanent marker, you can rub off the text and use the label over and over again.
The labels are dishwasher safe, but still peel off easily when you want to remove them.
Package quantity: 50 pack
IKEA 365+LabelArticle Number604.385.45
Width: 8 cm
Height: 5 cm
Length: 8 cm
Weight: 0.03 kg
IKEA 365 labelsRobynPerfect for my needs. Bought a packet for a friend.5
Did the job l broughtShirleyDid the job l brought it for.5
Smaller than expected but stillStephanieSmaller than expected but still a good product5
Awesome little labelsPaolaThese are fantastic! Highly recommend.
They are only containers and freezer bags. They hold well and are easy to remove and even transfer.5
Perfect labelsJulieIdeal for so many uses5
Very handyKatGood stickers5
Lids didn't fit properly.IanLids didn't fit properly.3
labelslorenzaI have been looking for something like this for ages5
Food container labelsJoanWas disappointed as they are clear and when on product are harder to read. Maybe should have been white not clear.3
CAN NOT READ THE WRTINGShirleyCAN NOT READ THE WRTING ONCE PLACED ON ITEM
New ProductBrian M.Works, but label does stick to base pieces3
Fit for purposeSandyFit for purpose1
Love themJulieLove them5
Handy labels for your pantryKathyGreat for labelling all your pantry containers5
Best LabelRhondaLove having choice of size. Anything will write on these and they do not smudge.5
LabelsErinTwo different sized labels, The labels are see-through when peeled, has a cute little border around the edge.5
LabelsMelissaGreat for using on the storage cubes .5
Awesome labels!YuenAwesome labels!5
GoodDebThese peel off easily. Good to write on.
These are clear - not a white background. I didn’t realise that when I bought them. Depends on what you want but as a result, the label can be here to see. Would like the option of the same label but with a white background. I have bought these more than once and will buy again.5
Didn’t use them yetKiranDidn’t use them yet4
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