Paper Labels

Glen Zook gzook at YAHOO.COM
Wed Oct 6 14:37:41 EDT 2004

If you are trying to remove the label and then reuse
it that is usually very difficult if not impossible.

What I do is to scan the label (sometimes this means
actually putting part of the cabinet on top of my
scanner) and then clean up the copy using a photo
program.  Then I print the label (usually multiple
copies to keep from wasting paper) on the large (8.5 x
11 inch) "large label" paper that I get from several
office supply stores in this area.  Since these are
adhesive backed I just cut the label to size, remove
the backing, and put them in place.  Sometimes if the
original was on a glossy type of paper I overspray the
label with Krystal Klear Krylon before removing the

Glen, K9STH

--- "Alan W. Fremmer" <AWFremmer at AOL.COM> wrote:

Any suggestions on removing paper labels from metal
radio cabinets so they can be reapplied after refinishing.

Glen, K9STH

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