The kit contained several items to test the label's strength. Included was-
• P-touch label samples
• Plexi-glass block
• Nail polish remover
• Travel size bleach with palm brush
• Scrubber sponge
First I tried the Nail Polish remover and after scrubbing really hard, the label still looked perfect-even the print!
I then took the Travel size bleach and added a little water. I used the palm brush to scrub-especially on the edges, and the label didn't budge.
I used a bit of dish detergent and the scrubber sponge with the same result. Evan even scrubbed for a while.
It wasn't included in the kit, but I also put the plexi-glass through the dishwasher-on the bottom rack. I put it through the highest temperature wash and it came out looking perfectly.
As you can see, all my attempts to destroy the label failed. I am truly impressed with what this label can handle. My only concern now is what happens if you actually want to remove it! I was also sent a label maker and was assigned a room to organize. Stay tuned, because I will be writing posts about my experience and show pictures of my newly organized space!
I wrote this review while participating in a campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Brother P-Touch and received a product and gift card to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.