Label Savers (Set of 10)


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  • These wine label savers are perfect for your wine collection
  • Quickly and easily remove most wine or beer labels and you're left with a laminated memento to save in your Wine Cellar Album
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Can these labels be reapplied to the bottles? We slump bottles in our studio and often people want to have the label reapplied.
null on Jul 9, 2011
BEST ANSWER: I really don't think they can be reapplied to another bottle as the glue on the remover is quite strong. Unless of course you trimmed it well and used a lot of glue because the back of the label is raw material but you'd still have the thickness of the plastic and the label to contend with.
I don't know if I have old label removers however I watched the video and carefully applied the adhesive. I rubbed each bottle with a round pen and made sure to cover the entire label, only two of 5 labels came off. The tape seems about as strong as common scotch tape. Unfortunately it pulled of pieces but refused to grab after I rolled it back and rubbed it more. Very Disappointed.

Jim Herbst on Apr 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Jim, Unfortunately it does seem that many wineries are using very strong adhesive these days for their labels. While 2 of 5 labels coming off is much lower than usual, we do find that about 10-20% of labels will be very tough to remove regardless of how strong an adhesive is used. Thanks for your feedback!
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This will work on most labels.
I have found that there are different types of labels that the wineries use on their bottles. Being able to identify them before you try and use this product will greatly increase your ability to save you wine labels.

Here are some tips I have found useful.

1. Test to see if you can pull the label off of the bottle without the need to use one of the savers. You can do this by attempting to pull the label from the back of the bottle first. If it works there it will work on the front as well. Some labels are of higher quality then others and will come off in one piece all on their own. Test before you waste a saver.

2. The labels that work best with the savers are made of pure paper and have no raised prints or embossings. When the labels have these it will create small pockets of air around the raised print and will prevent you from pulling it off whole with the savers.

3. Make sure you go around the edges of the label and try to squeeze out every last bit of air. Especially on the leading edge that is the beginning of the label. This is important cause if it starts out well the rest of it should pull easy. If it doesn't get a good grip at first you might not get it whole.

4. The night before you use the saver take a damp cloth or sponge that has a little dish washing soap on it and moisten the label. Don't over do it, what you are trying to do is soften it up a little and the soap will make the label more acceptable to the adhesive. The next day when it is dry again it will help with the saver to stick to it better.

5. Be very careful how you place the saver on the label. There is no one specific way to do it but you need to make sure that it applies flat and with no wrinkles in it.

6. The spoon method for removing the excess air works well however I have found that using the shaft of a long screw driver works even better.

7. After you have gone over the label to get out the air let it sit for a few minutes. Then heat it up with a hair dryer. This will loosen up the adhesive just slightly and will fill in the tiny air gaps you can't see. When it is still warm go over it again with the spoon or screwdriver. Then let it sit as it cools. When it does the cooling saver will contract making it stick to the label even more.

8. When you begin to pull the label back do so very slowly and use both hands to get as many fingers on the label as possible. You don't want the pull the be strong on one side of the label and weak on the other you want a uniform pull as much as possible. Pull the label towards you and not out and away from the bottle.

Sounds like rocket science doesn't it, lol, all in the name of wine my friends ;)

Using these methods I hardly waste any of the savers and I have a scrap book full of labels.

Good Luck.
January 3, 2013
Needs Instructions, and Here They Are
This product works just fine, when used correctly; but the package lacks adequate instructions on how to use it correctly. So after extensive trial and error, I will share what I have learned. (Don't thank me, I'm a giver.)

1. Once you begin removing the protective backing, be VERY careful not to touch it on anything -- the adhesive is very sticky, and permanent -- once it sticks to something other than bottle glass (including itself), it will not let go. So don't let it fold on itself, and make sure it is placed exactly where you want it on the wine bottle before pressing down.

2. Start it out on the glass next to the label, and keep it taut as you slowly press it down onto the label itself. Work slowly, and don't allow any air to get trapped between the label and the remover film. If you do get a bubble, nick it with a razor blade and push out the air.

3. Press it down really hard (I use a soup spoon), then let it sit that way for about 10 minutes to allow the adhesive to cure.

4. Start from one edge and SLOWLY pull off the remover and the label. Don't expect the entire label to come off; most of the time, about half of the label paper will remain behind on the bottle -- but the half that comes off will contain everything you want.

5. Have a suitable surface ready to receive the label (album page, wall, etc.) and stick it onto that surface immediately. Remember, the adhesive that's still exposed is still sticky; the last thing you need is to remove the label and then start looking for a place to put it.

6. If the label just doesn't want to come off intact, you have two other options: You can try using a single-edge razor blade or box cutter knife to CAREFULLY get between the paper and glass as you carefully lift the remover film; or preheat your oven to 300 degrees, then turn it off, and place the bottle in the oven. Leave it there until the oven has cooled (be careful, bottle might still be hot), and try lifting the label again.

7. Remember, nothing works 100% of the time.
November 10, 2010
Great product
Product was delivered in a box filled with brown paper and cost $6.95 when it could have been put in an envelope and mailed for $.44! Most wasteful.
June 25, 2011
Label Savers are Great
Watch the video for quick how-to tips; these labels are the only thing I can find to preserve non-domestic labels of beer and wine bottles that have particularly difficult adhesive.
January 20, 2012
As Described - Easy to Preserve Wine Art
I use Label Savers to remove wine labels intact so that I create special gifts for my friends. Framing wines that we have tried on vacations in a collage with a photograph, creating "label" trays with plexiglass over the labels. The convenient packaging nd price break at quantity help me keep maintain my "artistic" budget. To have complete success, clean the surface first and ensure the Label Saver is completely adhered to the bottle. I love this product.
Wonderful Idea
With a little rubbing the labels come off to keep forever.
May 11, 2011
Hurray! Something that works.
We bought a couple of packs on clearance at Dillards. I was skeptical at first. However, the product works great. Every label came off, sometimes just the printing, sometimes everything. The key is to simply use a smooth object to get out all the air bubbles, as mentioned in the instructions. I've come to this web site to buy ten more packs.
May 18, 2008
I would buy this product again and again
This product works very well on all labels, except oversized ones. I have never wasted a label saver.
June 29, 2011
over 4 years ago
Easy & elegant way to preserve memories!
We use the label savers to remember not only the wines we tried but the memorable moments around them. With the savers we can put the labels in our wine journal to make a record of the date & our opinions/comments about the wine. We always note the "table topic" {i.e. theme of conversation} surrounding the time we drank the wine. Not only do we have a beautiful book (most labels are works of art!) but we have wonderful records of many enjoyable evenings/events!
July 24, 2008
Love these Label Savers
Have used these Label Savers for years to save wine bottle labels. They are a bit pricey, but when nothing else works (soaking, etc.) I use these.
July 17, 2012