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Just go and pick up a Brothers Labelmaker. You can get the clear labels, white labels, or whatever color they sell and make your own. Where I worked, they use a labelmaker to mark hundreds of tools. The only thing is, you can't wipe the tools down with solvent, but if you use them normally and use something like Formula 409 or similar to clean your tools off, the labels will be fine. When they get worn out, just make a new one. Keep the label maker in your toolbox along with a couple of spare rolls of the tape.

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