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The adhesive we use is among the most aggressive that can be applied to the ultra durable vinyl label material we use. After printing your labels we apply a high gloss polyester laminate to the label surface, which provides additional fade resistance and the greatest possible durability. As a result, Club Valet® labels are guaranteed to be waterproof, fade resistant, and stand up to exposure of most solvents and cleaners.
Your labels should stay tightly adhered to the club shaft and the label color and text should be unchanged. Club Valet® labels are guaranteed to be waterproof.
Lay the club on a flat surface and brace to prevent movement, if possible. With a clean, lint free cloth wipe the shaft area where the label will be applied. Peel one label from the sheet of 24, avoiding contact with the adhesive side of the label as much as possible. Before adhering the label to the shaft, align the label so that the length will go down rather than around the shaft. Lightly place the edge of the label that will be closest to the grip to the shaft. Now push the label down the shaft along the center/middle of the label. Smooth around to edges from top to bottom. Press firmly along the entire label to activate the “pressure sensitive” adhesive. Let stand for an hour before using the club or returning the club to the bag.
Our labels wrap down the shaft for two reasons: first, a longer label allows more room to include your contact information in a legible size and, two, labels wrapped down the shaft tend to stay in place longer and are much easier to read.
Your labels are designed to stay in place for the long term, perhaps outlasting your clubs. However, with some patience, the labels can be removed in their entirety. The adhesive residue left behind can be removed with nail polish remover or any alcohol based product so you can sell or pass down your clubs to family members.