The role of lamination in label embellishments

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Film lamination is the process of applying a clear film to a printed web using a dry or wet adhesive to secure the film to the surface of the printed substrate.

Clear film is used as a means of enhancing the printed image and providing surface protection to a label during transportation and handling. It also provides a degree of moisture resistance, particularly for 'under the sink' and personal care products (Figure 8.1).