If anyone has previously read Post #104, you would have seen the method I used for labeling white shrink tubing to reproduce the Sumitomo labels on the S90 main electrical harness. Not one to leave things alone, I found a better method to do this. It entails using polyester sheet label material to direct print the labels with a laser printer. I used full sheet labels from here: https://www.onlinelabels.com/Products/OL9805LP.htm?search=OL9805LP&st=s I printed about twelve labels on a sheet and cut them out individually. I tested one by running it under water to see if the print would stay intact and it did. The only thing that happened was the adhesive came off with constant rubbing under water. This is not a concern because the label is woven into the harness with tape. Then I tried twisting it back and forth to cause it to rip and it did not. Tough stuff. One thing I did notice was that some of the toner broke loose, so I sprayed it with some matte clear and tried it again with everything staying in place. This method allows for a one step process, the clarity exceeds the first method I used and the label thickness more closely resembles the original.