Demco® Color-tinted Glossy Label Protectors
As low as $6.69 - $62.84
Demco® Color-tinted Glossy Label Protectors is rated out of 5 by 83.
Large selection of colors to choose from
- 2 mil, color-tinted polyester
- Glossy surface resists scratching and fading
- Pressure-sensitive acrylic adhesive secures tightly
- Handy dispenser box speeds processing
- 250 or 1,000/roll
Rated 1 out of 5 by aprilamenta from Gray is Clear Not Visible at ALL! All the other label colors are excellent with exception to gray and light purple/pink. Gray is completely clear and is pointless to put over white paper as it can not be seen. Pink and light purple as almost the same exact color. Unfortunately we needed to purchase several extra boxes to get enough colors to cover the 8 different genres we needed. Demco would not credit us for the false advertising of gray being clear, so buyer beware. It was quite an expensive mistake on our part.
Date published: 2017-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mrs C from Perfect for genrefication I got these to color codes the genres in my library, and they work perfectly. It also makes it really easy to see when something is mis-shelved. The photos show half of the colors I used. The kids love it. "You want sports? Go to the orange section."
Date published: 2016-11-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by staylor from Good labels I bought these to label genres in our elementary library. I like the labels, but I wish I could have seen examples of all the colors over a spine label. So I have included the nine colors I ordered. As you can see, Light Purple is pretty light (we are actually calling it pink for our users). Fluorescent Green and Green are pretty close in color, so I will have to order something different to differentiate Adventure from Sci Fi.
Date published: 2018-08-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by AVEF from Be careful with the colors you order I bought these labels in a range of colors to mark and categorize book spines in a small children's library. I found the paler colors to be tough to see on many books because the colors of the existing spines made them hard to see (they are transparent to varying degrees depending on color, not solid), and was forced to put a white label under them, which added a lot of work. I'd recommend only using the darker colors for this sort of use, given the range of transparency in this product
Date published: 2016-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by HMSLibrarian from Great colors, stick well, look great I have just completed my genrefication and I am quite pleased with these labels. I find they are easy to see through, stick well on most books (not so well on fabric covers but great on standard library book covers), and have a good variety of colors. I included pictures so you can compare how similar the colors look. The green/blue stickers are the most similar, but I am not having a problem. I put the most similar colors on very different categories: Aqua- Poetry, Blue- Sports, Green- Adventure, Light Green- Mystery, Tan- Dystopian, Orange- Humor. It is easy to tell the difference when sorting and reshelving books. I chose my largest category to leave without a sticker to save money and effort. Genrefication is great for my middle schoolers so far- they are checking out more books already and finding books that had been hidden to them. I am very happy with it!
Date published: 2018-10-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by Librarian123456 from Useful for genrefication We're putting these over the tops of the spine labels to indicate the genres. Purple is for fantasy. Yellow is for historical fiction. Blue is for action/adventure.
Date published: 2014-11-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jan R from Just right! I bought the light purple to cover a white letter label, used to differentiate among various book owners in our shared office space. These work perfectly for this! They are clear enough that the letter shows through well, and they seat well and stay where I put them, with no lifting at the edges with use. I really appreciate the variety of colors, so we can easily see which books belong to whom.
Date published: 2016-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by Donald from Identify Lexile Score Ranges by Sight I purchased eight different colors of labels to put over my books' spine labels. Each color represents a Lexile score range. Students can very easily browse the shelves and locate books on their reading levels. The labels go on easy and stay on. I am quite satisfied.
Date published: 2014-05-01