These things hold up well. I use them to label Hamsticks for mobile
operation. Although I recently noticed the writing has come off of one of
mine, the adhesive strip itself, after being in the wind, rain, etc., of the
mobile environment is still in fine shape.
>Another approach for labeling your wires is something I just discovered at
>the local Radio Shack: "Self-laminating wire and cable markers", Catalog #
>These markers are adhesive strips 1" wide by 2 1/2" long. About a quarter of
>the label is white and is the area in which to write. The rest of the label
>is clear, and just wraps over the white part when you wrap it around the
>I just used these things for the first time a couple of weeks ago, so have no
>idea how they will stand up to the test of time.
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