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Rubbish Bin Labels
Do you find hunting for your rubbish bin at home or shcool exhausting? Or maybe your neighbors keep putting items in the wrong in the wrong recycling bins? Are you tired of having your wheelie bin claimed by someone in your street?
Now you can end all your rubbish bin worries with our bin stickers - a large A3 label, putting an end to all those frustrations!
A4/A3 labels - Suitable for all bins that have a flat surface.
These labels have space for two lines. They are most commonly used for a number and road name. Having the picture also allows you to decribe which bin is for what, which helps younger children learn about recycling.
- Recycle Bins: Paper, Glass, Metal, Cardboard, Textiles, Metal, Plastics
- Non-recyle Bins: All other refuse
- Garden Refuse: Garden refuse, organic wastes
- Food Bin: Bio-degradible bins, composting bins.
1. Clean the surface you will apply your label to. Then dry the surface. Make sure there is no dirt, dust or water on the bin.
2. Place the label on a flat surface with the backing paper facing up.
3. Holding the underside down, peel the backing paper making sure your hand doesnt lose contact with the backing paper. Its usually easiest pulling it towards yourself!
4. Align your label pushing ONLY the top edge of the masking tape down.
5. Use a firm flat edge and apply the label from top to bottom, forcing out the air as you go.
6. Peel a corner of the masking tape off the label and gently remove the masking tape making sure not to lift the label. Push it down if you do accidently lift it.
7. Leave it to dry! Do not test if it is stuck.