3 Ways to Help Color Code Your Lab

If labeling eppendorf tubes, reagent bottles, and patient information files is part of your day, you probably work in a lab or some other kind of medical facility. Organization and efficiency is a big factor in keeping everything running smoothly. 


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Blank Colored Dots

ChromaLabel's colored circle labels are sticky enough to stay in place. They're blank which gives you the option to write on them as necessary, and they're available in 38 colors, which gives you tons of options for color coding. They're available in sizes ranging from 1/4 inch to 3 inches. 


 Color Coding Tape

The next must-have item is colored adhesive tape. It's useful to wrap around bottles, and label containers, shelves-- you name it! 

There's many bright colors to choose from. The tape is available on rolls of 14 yards and rolls of 60 yards and in widths of 1/2", 3/4" and 1". The tape is removable but will also stay in place without any worry of it peeling up on the edges or cracking. It's also marker friendly. 


Printer Labels 

Blank labels are another handy kind of sticker to have around. Using blank labels gives you the option to customize your own design and print directly on to the label yourself, or just write on the blank label. ChromaLabel's blank stickers come in a variety of shapes and sizes as well as a few different fluorescent colors. 


Stickers and other labeling tools are something that you use every day, so finding the product that's right for you is important! 

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