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I've used some transparent plastic labels designed for a laser printer, which fuse the toner to the plastic. These have been used in environments requiring immersion in hot soapy water and survived well. But I don't know how well they would stick to the squeeze bottles, or if the adhesive is vulnerable to the solvents within the product you are using. The other option might be to laminate something like an inkjet or laser printed output on paper on small labels, using a thin laminate (2 or 3 mil) and then adhere it with some quality wide transparent tape. Lastly, you might find a permanent marker that will not bleed with the chemicals. In general paints tend to crack of or not adhere on that type of flexible plastic, and you end up with a hand full of paint chips. Latex paint usually can't handle adhering to anything that is non-porous and gets wet and flexed. Art SKID Photography wrote: > We are about to buy some gallons of mounting and cleaning (film & drum) fluids, > and will be transferring them to plastic (squeeze) wash bottles. > > What does one use to label these plastic bottles with, that won't be washed away > by the fluids? I'm thinking a latex based paint pen, but am really not sure. > > Harvey Ferdschneider > partner, SKID Photography, NYC > > - > Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate > subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions. > > - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.