Paint-Resist Nameplates and Labels eliminate need to reapply.

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Suited for extreme conditions or repeat exposure to paint use, Teflon®-Coated Nameplates resist incidental or intermittent contact with strong acids and caustics as well as temperatures to 500°F. Permanent Paint-Resist Labels combine laminate that resists multiple paint applications and grease with polyester material that is flexible enough to work on variety of surfaces. Paint-Mask Labels have removable paint-mask and are suited for 1-time use.



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Paint-Resist Products Eliminate Need to Reapply



MASON CITY, IA (January 5, 2004) - Stop the endless reapplication of labels after parts go through finishing processes with Metalcraft's full line of paint-resistant products.

For extreme conditions or repeat exposure to paint use Teflon®-Coated Nameplates. These durable nameplates resist incidental or intermittent contact with strong acids and caustics as well as temperatures up to 500°F.

Permanent Paint-Resist Labels combine a special laminate that resists multiple paint applications, grease and even graffiti with a durable polyester material that is flexible and versatile enough to work on a variety of surfaces. Removable Paint-Mask Labels have a unique removable paint-mask and are ideal for one-time use.

For more information about these paint-resistant products, call Metalcraft's customer service staff at 800-437-5283 or visit www.idplate.com.

Metalcraft (Mason City, IA) has been providing identification solutions for over 53 years. In 1950, the company began producing metal nameplates for the advertising specialty industry. In 1952, Metalcraft added nameplates for property management and identification to their product line. Since then, the company has provided thousands of property managers throughout the U.S., Canada and overseas with a wide range of choice in bar code, serialized and unserialized nameplates and labels for mild, moderate, and extreme environments.

® Teflon is a registered trademark of DuPont.

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