Blogs & Articles:
Printer manufactures are not
being kind to their customers. Did you know that when you
purchase an inkjet cartridge, as small as it may be, the ink
cartridge is not full of ink. It may have a sponge that takes up
all the space in the cartridge but the sponge is only half full
of ink or less. We show below the HP 98 cartridge. Why do they do
this. Two reasons;
1 - They want you to run out of ink quickly so you will purchase
a new cartridge. They don't make much of a profit selling
printers, they make their profit selling cartridges.
2 - They can then fill the sponge full of ink (like it should be
in the first place) and call it an XL cartridge. As you can
guess, these XL cartridges cost more money and it's all profit.
Why not refill your cartridge once it is empty with ink from the
Printer Filling Station. Our ink is an identical match to the
OEM inks at a fraction of the cost. You can then fill the
standard (or XL) cartridge and this time fill it full, now you
will automatically have an XL and the cost is about one dollar.
- The price of inkjet cartridges are
going up. It is now costing more to print. Inkjet Cartridges tend to
hold less ink while the cost of these cartridges are going up. It
makes more sense now to refill your cartridges as opposed to
throwing them away and purchasing a new inkjet cartridge every time.
Throwing away inkjet cartridges after it's first use is just a waste
of money. Read the entire story from PC World by
Projects that we are currently working on are the Printer Inks
and Refilling Instructions for the HP 932 and HP 933 inkjet
cartridges. The HP932 and 933 cartridges are the cartridges made
for the HP Officejet 6100, 6600, and 6700 printers. This is
another new design in the latest HP new design cartridges that
hit the market in 2012.