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Rooting hormone...spreader sticker...bug killer... fertilizer... I have a devil of a time preserving the labels.
If all the info is contained totally on the label...(meaning no multiple folded pages attached to the jug/jar /bottle whatever... I cover the entire label with clear packing tape. I can read through it and it stays clean and not impacted by dirt/water, etc. But after a few seasons ... it too falls apart.
I've tried taking a ziploc bag and slipping the multipage instructions inside and taping it to the jar/jug. But after a while it gets separated...
Cleaning out my potting area --- I have a few jars/bottles/jugs of...??? Or I know what it is but the dosing information is gone.. What do you all do to keep this info intact? I know I can do better...but to stop what I am doing to get a baggie or tape... or something to preserve the label...just never gets done. Next season --I am sorry I was so sloppy and of course that stuff is expensive.