Step 1. Clean your Bins 

Step 1. Clean your Bins 

· Clean every bin to remove any mold, residue, and gunk that has built up over the years. (It's overdue anyway).

· A smooth clean surface ensures a maximum strength seal.

· Tip: Use cleaning alcohols and abrasive scrubbers for fast results.

· Clean every bin to remove any mold, residue, and gunk that has built up over the years. (It's overdue anyway).

· A smooth clean surface ensures a maximum strength seal.

· Tip: Use cleaning alcohols and abrasive scrubbers for fast results.

Step 2. Apply the Label 

Step 2. Apply the Label 

· Use the image reference.

· Our patented waterlock technology is activated by applying the center of the label first.

· Apply outward pressure from the center, minimizing air bubbles or folds.

· Tip: It can take a few tries to get the perfect, 500-use seal

· Use the image reference.

· Our patented waterlock technology is activated by applying the center of the label first.

· Apply outward pressure from the center, minimizing air bubbles or folds.

· Tip: It can take a few tries to get the perfect, 500-use seal

Step 3. Write on the Label

Step 3. Write on the Label

· Write on the label with the cooperatively engineered Puracycle Foodservice Marker.

· The ink stays on through steam, freezing water, steam, condensation, and boiling water, but erases evenly in the dishroom with friction.

· Tip: Want to use your own markers? Go for it! Learn how each marker works in our catalog.

· Write on the label with the cooperatively engineered Puracycle Foodservice Marker.

· The ink stays on through steam, freezing water, steam, condensation, and boiling water, but erases evenly in the dishroom with friction.

· Tip: Want to use your own markers? Go for it! Learn how each marker works in our catalog.

Step 4. Serve Safely

Step 4. Serve Safely

· Load your food and serve confidently.

· The bright white label and stark black marker provide excellent contrast for easy reading.

· Tip: Customize your label to have the exact text your operation requires!

· Load your food and serve confidently.

· The bright white label and stark black marker provide excellent contrast for easy reading.

· Tip: Customize your label to have the exact text your operation requires!

Step 5. Erase in the Dishroom

Step 5. Erase in the Dishroom

· Erase the ink with friction in the dishroom.

· Less pressure is needed the more abrasive your cleaning cloth is.

· Tip: It is common for dishroom employees to attempt to remove Puracycle labels during this step. We are happy to replace any labels that are peeled off during your transition period.

· Erase the ink with friction in the dishroom.

· Less pressure is needed the more abrasive your cleaning cloth is.

· Tip: It is common for dishroom employees to attempt to remove Puracycle labels during this step. We are happy to replace any labels that are peeled off during your transition period.

Step 6. Run it Back!

Step 6. Run it Back!

· Congratulations! You have completed your first cycle.

· Repeat steps 3 - 6 hundreds of more times.

· At the end of the lifecycle, simply peel off the label and apply a new one.  

· Tip: Contact us if any labels fail before one-year or 500 uses for a free replacement.

· Congratulations! You have completed your first cycle.

· Repeat steps 3 - 6 hundreds of more times.

· At the end of the lifecycle, simply peel off the label and apply a new one.  

· Tip: Contact us if any labels fail before one-year or 500 uses for a free replacement.

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