Questions About Inkjet Printers and Ink Cartridges
Our staff has put together a q&a for you that includes 4 of the most commonly asked questions people have about inkjet printers and printer ink cartridges.
Q - What options are available when I need more printer ink?
A - You can purchase OEM (original equipment manufacturer) cartridges, remanufactured inkjet cartridges, compatible inkjet cartridges or inkjet cartridge refill kits. To learn more about the printer ink and accessories we offer, view our past article, Inkjet Printers and Printer Ink Cartridges or browse our online printer ink store.
Q - Do remanufactured / recycled cartridges harm your printer?
A - No, remanufactured cartridges do not harm printers in any way. They are simply refurbished recycled OEM or compatible replacement cartridges.
Q - How many times can you refill an inkjet cartridge?
A - Most suggest you should only refill a single inkjet cartridge 3 to 5 times or until you're no longer happy with the print quality.
Q - Are there ways to save printer ink?
A - You can save money on printer ink by decreasing the quality of unimportant print jobs to "Draft Quality". If you use a printer that uses a black cartridge and a color cartridge, print in black & white whenever possible as this will obviously save on color ink. To learn more about saving printer ink, view our past article on "How To Make Your Printer Ink Last Longer".