What does "labels wound out" and "labels wound in" mean?

Updated 8 months ago by Alexis Underwood

These are roll label winding directions.

Wound Out- where the label is facing the outside of the roll and the liner is on the inside. The labels are visible when the roll is wound up.

Wound In- where the label is facing the inside of the roll and the liner is on the outside of the roll.


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