How to Save Money on Printer Ink

Monday, 01 Nov 2010 03:44 PM

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It is necessary to replace your computer's ink cartridges regularly, which can be expensive. Here are a few methods that can save you money on inkjet printer ink:
 
1. Make it a habit to use the “Print Preview” function. This practice ensures that you print the correct page. And only print what you have to, so that you avoid wasting ink.
 
2. Ensure that the printer is used regularly, at least once a week, so that the ink does not dry out.
 
3. Instead of replacing the ink cartridges, try refilling them. All cartridges including HP printer ink cartridges can be refilled.
 
4. Use the “Draft” mode while printing, especially for bulk printing. This will  save you money on printer ink.
 
5. Install ink saving software like InkSaver or PretonSaver. These can help you save money by reducing inkjet printing costs.
 
6. Money spent on inkjet printers can be saved when you buy cartridges in bulk. Look out for deals on bulk orders. Manufacturers such as HP often offer bulk cartridges at discounted prices.
 
7. Be careful about what you are printing; print only the part of a page that you need to print. Don’t print unnecessary text and pictures, especially if you are directly printing from the internet.
 
8. Buy printer ink online to save money . This will save you a  fair amount of time and money. This method also allows you the opportunity for price comparison. You can also look at purchase conditions such as quality guarantee, customer support, shipping cost, and delivery time. Online prices can even be 30% to 50% cheaper than in stores.
 
9. Buy products from ink stores that have a reputation of being safe, dependable, and offer low-cost products.
 
10. The most inexpesnive inkjet printer ink can be bought from generic ink manufacturers. Some of them offer ink cartridges for just about any brand of printers. 
 
Since it is expensive to maintain an inkjet printer, it is better to take all possible steps to minimize the amount of ink wastage.

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