Braille labels make the simple things so much easier for the visually impaired. Imagine being able to distinguish a can of tomato soup from a can of beef stock with a simple slide of the fingers. Imagine being able to separate laundry into individual piles organized to the wearer. For those with no eyesight problems, these tasks may seem of low importance, but for the visually impaired, to be able to perform them is a blessing. That’s why Braille labels are so important for the family with a loved one who is visually impaired. They allow the individual to still be able to perform daily activities like color coordinating their outfit or cooking a delicious meal. Many different types of Braille labels are available, from stick-on labels to plastic clothing markers. Look through the available styles detailed below and see the never-ending applications of using Braille labels.