Labels

Discussion in 'Steroid Homebrew' started by Xragexx, Nov 22, 2018.

  1. Xragexx

    Xragexx Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    how do you all design your labels and print them? Can it be done by phone?
     
  2. janoshik

    janoshik Member

  3. T-Bagger

    T-Bagger Member

    The easiest way is to get a Brother label maker. If you don’t have a computer and printer, that’s the way to go. If you DO have computer and printer as well as MS Word, you can buy the Avery labels (I like the clear ones) and print them that way.
     
  4. Ray9

    Ray9 Member

    Same.
     
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  5. Ray9

    Ray9 Member

    Avery labels that is.
     
  6. master.on

    master.on Member

    Yes but it usually draws too much unwanted attention,

    you can do fine with water-proof Avery labels
    just make sure to use a color-laser and not just an inkjet printer so ink doesn't wash out.

    Best if you do laminating on the labels for a true professional look
    Jet Technologies | Laminating Film

    there is adhesive and heat bound laminating film, the latter is better.
    There is matter and bright film.

    Manual laminators are very cheap and easy to use.
     
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  7. T-Bagger

    T-Bagger Member

    You definitely want to use a laser printer
     
  8. Blakeyy

    Blakeyy Member

    I bought mine from Alibaba and they look awesome.
     
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  9. darkmarine

    darkmarine Member

    was about to do that as well but is so easy to use avery like if you not running a business you dont need fancy label
     
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  10. Blakeyy

    Blakeyy Member

    I sell to quite a few folk now and some of them resell to other people to so just looks a lot better with the proper labels but for self use ye it’s a waste of money paying for them to be made on Alibaba
     
  11. lightspan

    lightspan Member

    best gear i ever ran was labeled with a simple blank white label and a sharpie. worst gear i ever ran (actually, pure grapeseed oil, not a mg of hormone to be found in it) had picture perfect pharma-looking labels.

    save your money. buy a sharpie. :D
     
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  12. master.on

    master.on Member

    If customs opens the package and spots 2000 or so labels
    you'll be flagged as selling gear.
     
  13. Blakeyy

    Blakeyy Member

    If customs opens package and spots and raws I’ll be flagged as selling so it’s no more risk
     
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  14. Ray9

    Ray9 Member

    I just made labels for personal use. Just used Avery address labels. Works fine. Completely submerged in hot water to soaked with oil, never had much of a problem.
     
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  15. T-Bagger

    T-Bagger Member

    Laser printer, right?
     
  16. Ray9

    Ray9 Member

    I believe so. I used a friend's printer.
     
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  17. master.on

    master.on Member

    With proper, hidden in plain sight stealth
    raws may be any kind of "legal powders" (unless the powder is actually tested).

    2000 steroid labels are meant for 2000 steroid vials
    thus obviously a dealer.
     
  18. Jstone2

    Jstone2 Member

    Customs doesnt flag anything. They either destroy said product and send you a letter, or they send it up the food chain to the proper LE agency to make a bust. Even if he orders labels what would give them cause to open said package? It would look like sheets of paper, and nothing more. Even if they did open it, labels dont mean your selling steroids. LE needs more than some labels to move forward with a bust.
     
  19. T-Bagger

    T-Bagger Member

    Customs can and does open anything and probably does it randomly. If they find a roll of labels especially with product names already printed on them, it’s going to look like more than just sheets of paper. 2000 labels with steroid names printed on them is a good indication you’re selling.
     
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  20. master.on

    master.on Member

    Agree
    Why risk it when you can print labels yourself (with a laser printer).
     
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