Gloss Inkjet Labels

Gloss White Inkjet Labels On A4 Sheets – Glossy White Paper – Permanent Adhesive – For Inkjet Printers

Gloss White Inkjet Labels have a high gloss sheen and a permanent adhesive. These glossy labels are suitable for inkjet printers and handwriting on. Gloss labels have a bright, light-reflective shiny finish, giving a very high quality premium appearance. They are perfect for making photo stickers, and look great to blend in with glossy surfaces, or to provide contrast to matt surfaces to stand out.

If you are using a laser printer, please see our Gloss Laser Labels instead.

Gloss White Inkjet (GWI) labels are ready for dispatch same day or next working day.

Buy our inkjet gloss labels in 10, 25, 50, 100 or 500 sheet packs from £9 inc VAT and UK delivery, with discounts for larger quantities. 

Gloss White Inkjet Labels
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Key Facts – Gloss White Inkjet Labels – GWI:

Label Material: Gloss White Paper
Label Code: GWI
Adhesive: Permanent
Printer Compatibility: Inkjet Printers

Sheet weight: 160gsm, which comprises 60-70gsm face (plus 10 gsm for gloss coating), 60-70gsm craft backing with about 10-15gsm allowable for the adhesive and silicone

Substance: 88g/m²
Caliper: 139μm
Brightness: 90%
Opacity: 89%

What Can Glossy Inkjet Labels Be Used For?

Gloss inkjet labels are very versatile and extremely popular with our customers. It is a very attractive label material with a glossy sheen and bright white surface, and has numerous uses in the home and office:

In The Office: Our glossy labels for inkjet printers can be found on envelopes, folders, documents, to label workspaces and stationary, or for labelling filing cabinets and office draws also.

Home Organisation: Our gloss labels are perfect for getting your home more organised, and can be used for home office admin, labelling jars and food items, for keeping track of toys and items for the children, and for charts and calendars too.

Home Arts & Craft Projects: Our inkjet gloss labels are also often used for arts and craft purposes with their glossy shine making them ideal for getting creative and using on cards, or as gift labels and tags too.

School Classrooms: Gloss labels come in handy in all types of classrooms from pre-school, primary and secondary schools, right through to university and college students. From labelling folders and documents to highlighting important information, our attractive and durable gloss inkjet labels are just the job and the printed quality looks fantastic.

Events & Conferences: The premium glossy look of these labels are ideal for networking events as name tags that really stand out, or for when handing out additional information. They can also be used to print out company logos as glossy stickers to hand out, or to label gifts or goody bags.

How Can You Print on Gloss Inkjet Labels?

You can easily print information on gloss white labels by using an inkjet printer, or you can write on the labels by hand. We also have a number of free label templates that you can download to help you with positioning the text within the labels.

How Do You Print Glossy Paper On An inkjet Printer?

You can use glossy paper on an inkjet if it is suitably coated and designed for inkjet printers. Glossy inkjet paper enables you to produce photographic prints. If the glossy label paper isn't coated for inkjet printing then the ink will just sit on top of the paper and not be properly absorbed. The GWI gloss inkjet labels supplied by Cloud Labels on this page have a special coating for inkjet printers, so that the ink will be absorbed by the sheet of labels.

Can you use glossy sticker paper in a normal inkjet printer?

Yes, you can use sticker paper in a normal inkjet printer, but you should be careful to use label paper that is specifically designed for inkjet printers. You need to use sticker paper that has been coated for use with inkjet printers to avoid damaging your printer, or producing poor-quality stickers. Remember, inkjet printers use liquid ink which may need some drying time. Give your stickers ample time to dry before touching them to prevent smearing the ink across your sheet of labels.