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How to Remove Ink Stains
Apr 15, 2020

How to Remove Ink Stains

We've all had a similar experience of an unwanted stain getting on our shirt. It could be dirt, coffee, or food, but usually, it's not a huge deal. A minor inconvenience at most, but nothing to get hungover about: now let's take that experience and multiply it by 100. Yes, we're talking about the dreaded leaking ink cartridge. Printer ink will leave you with a visible stain that you wish w … read more
Printer Myths Debunked
Apr 14, 2020

Printer Myths Debunked

Leaving Your Printer OnThere are always topics that are sure to keep people arguing to the end of time. What came first, the chicken or the egg? If a tree falls in the forest, does it make a sound? Should you leave your printer on at all times? These are the three questions that will keep you up at night. No matter how hard you try to rationalize these, there is somehow never a correct answer. A … read more
Does Using Remanufactured Ink Cartridges Void My Printer’s Warranty?
Apr 10, 2020

Does Using Remanufactured Ink Cartridges Void My Printer’s Warranty?

There seems to be a common misconception about remanufactured and compatible ink cartridges that has been floating around since the dawn of their existence. The usage of third-party printer cartridges has had a bad rap to its name when it really shouldn't. Name-brand ink manufacturers have always tried to dissuade consumers from using non-original printer supplies at every chance they get - whethe … read more
A Guide to Cleaning a Clogged Printhead!
Apr 10, 2020

A Guide to Cleaning a Clogged Printhead!

How to Clean a Clogged PrintheadWe all have hectic schedules, but some of us use our home printers more than others. The frequency of printing plays a vital role in the functionality of your printer cartridge. Those who print more often usually will not experience any problems in performance. For those who print sparingly and over long periods, you might notice that your printed pages might come … read more
Why Does My Printer Need Color Ink to Print Black?
Apr 03, 2020

Why Does My Printer Need Color Ink to Print Black?

You're about to print some documents for an important presentation tomorrow morning. Luckily, you've bought a brand new black HP 63 ink cartridge to put in your printer. It should be smooth sailing from here; you get your documents printed, present them to your boss, and get that big raise you deserve. From the corner of your eye, you hear a beeping noise coming from your printer.  Th … read more
Why and How Often Do Printer Drum Units Need to be Replaced?
Mar 30, 2020

Why and How Often Do Printer Drum Units Need to be Replaced?

Although laser printers are statistically cheaper in the long run when it comes to printing costs, they have some special requirements that need to be known. Under the hood, the laser printer is a very complex machine with many internal components working in tandem to create that crisp printed image on your page. With lasers, mirrors, photoconductor drums, rollers, and fusing units, all bein … read more
How Long Does Printer Ink Last?
Mar 23, 2020

How Long Does Printer Ink Last?

We abide by expiration dates every day. That milk in the fridge that has a funky smell to it should probably be avoided. Expiration dates are put in place for many reasons, first and foremost, to protect the consumer and ward off false expectations of the product. It's not just food items; many other products have expiration dates as well. Medicine, sunscreen, and even makeup lose their pote … read more
How to Save Ink When Printing
Mar 23, 2020

How to Save Ink When Printing

Reducing Your Printer Ink Consumption You've got an important document that needs to be printed by tomorrow morning, and your printer gives you a low ink warning. We've all been there before and know how heart-wrenching that experience could be. Sadly, there is never a convenient time for your printer to run out of ink. Low Ink Warnings can happen with as much as 40% of ink left in your c … read more
ABC's of Printers! What Do The Letters on My Printer Mean?
Mar 17, 2020

ABC's of Printers! What Do The Letters on My Printer Mean?

Shopping for a new printer can be an overwhelming experience for first-time buyers. If you're someone who doesn't know your HP LaserJet from your HP OfficeJet Pro, purchasing a printer with the capabilities you need for your home or office might be challenging. What may look like an overcomplicated printer name to you might actually be the deciding factor for someone who understands the term … read more
Top Reasons Your Business Still Needs Office Printers
Mar 13, 2020

Top Reasons Your Business Still Needs Office Printers

Many businesses do their best to reduce costs, and one way to do that is by reducing or eliminating printing. However, going entirely paperless in the office is not realistic. For instance, maybe your customer prefers a paper copy of their invoice, or perhaps that customer isn’t computer savvy. So before you get rid of all your paper and printers, look at these top reasons your business still need … read more
Why Is Printer Ink So Expensive?
Mar 12, 2020

Why Is Printer Ink So Expensive?

The accessibility to home printers has increased steadily over the past couple of decades. With advancements in technology leading to lower printer prices, owning a printer is now relatively inexpensive. Taking a gander at a relic tech review of the past, CNN's "Top Printers of 1999", it's amazing to see how far we've actually come. A printer being praised for duplex printing in color priced … read more
Remanufactured Ink Cartridges vs. Compatible Ink Cartridges
Mar 05, 2020

Remanufactured Ink Cartridges vs. Compatible Ink Cartridges

There is a good chance you have heard of remanufactured and compatible ink cartridges while shopping for replacement cartridges. However, many people make the mistake of using the terms interchangeably when they are, in fact, different from each other. This guide will compare remanufactured ink cartridges vs. compatible ink cartridges so you can identify the differences and understand why both are … read more