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IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000035547D
Publication Date: 2005-Jan-24
Document File: 2 page(s) / 28K

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Abstract

Double-coated Adhesive Label A double-coated patterned tape converted into label form is used to adhere promotional packs to specific products. No adhesive residue is left behind on either the promotional package or the specific product after the promotional package has been removed. Double-coated Adhesive Label The label consists of a polymeric film that is pattern-coated on one side with two adhesive stripes and on the other side with one adhesive stripe. The label is perforated to provide a tear or release line along the length of and next to the adhesive stripes. The location of the stripes is shown in the figure below. Removable release liners could be present on one or both sides of the label. Currently, promotional items are adhered to a base product through use of a transfer adhesive or hot melt glue which tend to leave adhesive residue on one or both of the previously joined items once the promotional item has been removed from the product. With the proposed label construction, no adhesive residue is left behind on either the promotional package or the specific product after the promotional package has been removed. An example of using this label would be on a disposable diaper package. Side A of this label would be applied to the package of diapers, and a promotional packet of baby wipes would adhere to Side B of the label. When the wipes are removed from the diaper package, the label tears along the perforations and the middle part of the label stays with the wipes and the outer parts of the label stay with the diaper package. One advantage of this label is that it does not leave adhesive residue. Another advantage of this label is that it can be machine applied so that handwork is done only at the point of applying the promotional package. Side A Side B

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Abstract

Double-coated Adhesive Label

A double-coated patterned tape converted into label form is used to adhere promotional packs to specific products.   No adhesive residue is left behind on either the promotional package or the specific product after the promotional package has been removed.  

Double-coated Adhesive Label

The label consists of a polymeric film that is pattern-coated on one side with two adhesive stripes and on the other side with one adhesive stripe. The label is perforated to provide a tear or release line along the length of and next to the adhesive stripes.   The location of the stripes is shown in the figure below.  Removable release liners could be present on one or both sides of the label.  Currently, promotional items are adhered to a base product through use of a transfer adhesive or hot melt glue which tend to leave adhesive residue on one or both of the previously joined items once the promotional item has been removed from the product.  With the proposed label construction, no adhesive residue is left behind on either the promotional package or the specific product after the promotional package has been removed.  

An example of using this label would be on a disposable diaper package. Side A of this label would be applied to the package of diapers, and a promotional packet of baby wipes would adhere to Side B of the label. When the wipes are removed from the diaper package, the label tears along the perforations and the middle part o...