ClearType Standard 9-Up Shirt Tags - 1,000/Box - Blue

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With our Standard 9-Up Shirt Tag System, you can tag up to eight shirts in an order, with one strip for your master invoice. Printed with our exclusive ClearType technology that embeds the ink onto a special fiber paper making the numbers easy-to-read even after multiple cleanings. Actual ticket size is 3-1/2" x 7/16". Tags are pre-numbered 000-999 with seven perforated strips with 1,000 tags per box. Available in a variety of colors and styles. Made in U.S.A.


  • Tag up to 8 shirts in an order
  • Bright, bold, easy-to-read
  • Tags are pre-numbered
  • Available in a variety of colors

Product Specifications

Brand: Cleaner's Supply
Units: 1,000/Box
Size / Dimension: 3 1/2" L x 7/16 W
Material: Wet-Strength Paper
Special Instructions: Tags withstand dry clean or laundry process.
How do I use these tags?
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First you would select a color tag for the day the shirt came in. Maybe Mondays are blue, and Tuesdays are green. Based on the day you are on, you would take the next tag sheet from your box. If a customer brought in 3 shirts, the tag marked "3", would be stapled to the customer's invoice. Tags numbered "0", "1", and "2", would be secured to the shirts. Then the remaining tags would be disposed of. The tag that is attached to the invoice will tell you how many articles are with that order and tell you which ticket numbers belong in that order.
Lisa P.
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