Chemical resistance to Polypropylene label material:

Rating:
1 = Excellent (no attack)
2 = Good (no significant attack)
3 = Acceptable (light attack, limited use)
4 = Unacceptable (significant attack)
5 = Inferior (possible cracking or dissolving)
Chemical Product
Polypropylene 
68° F (20°)
140° F (60°)
Acetic acid 10 %11
Acetic acid 100 %23
Acetic acid 50 %11
Acetic acid 75 %11
Acetone22
Acid salt 2)11
ammonia11
Aniline11
Basic salt 3)11
Benzoic acid12
Benzol34
Boric acid11
Butyl alcohol11
Butyric acid11
Calciumhydroxide11
Carbon dioxide11
Carbon disulphide44
Carbon monoxide11
Carbon tetrachloride44
Caustic soda11
Chlorhydric acid 10 %11
Chlorhydric acid 37 %23
Chlorine (damp)24
Chlorine (dry)24
Chlorobenzene34
Chloroform44
Chromic acid12
Citric acid11
Ethyl acetate24
Ethyl alcohol11
Ethyl dichloride34
Ethyl ether44
Formalin 37%12
Gases
Heptanes34
Hydrobromic acid 25 %23
Hydrocyanic acid22
Hydrofluoric acid22
Hydrogen sulphide11
Maleic acid11
Methyl alcohol11
Methyl ethyle ketone34
Methylene (di)chloride44
Natriumferricyanid12
Neutral salt 4)11
Nitric acid 5 %23
Nitric acid 65 %44
Nitrobenzene34
Oleic acid23
Oxalic acid11
Perchloric acid12
Petrol44
Phenol22
Phosphoric acid 25 %11
Phosphoric acid 85 %11
Phthalic acid11
Potassium bicarbonate12
Potassium permanganate12
Potassiumhydroxide11
Sodium cyanide11
Sodium hypochlorite23
Sulphur dioxide (damp)23
Sulphur dioxide (dry)23
Sulphuric acid 10 %11
Sulphuric acid 78 %24
Sulphuric acid 93 %34
Tannic acid11
Tartaric acid11
Toluene34
Trichlorethylene44