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Refilling your HP 950XL & 951XL ink cartridges is easier than ever…just let someone else do the work while you’re shopping at your favorite retailer. Contact us at http://www.inkjet411.com to find your nearest North American refill center location (i.e. Costco, Frys Electronics, Micro Center, or Best Buy Canada) and you’ll save around 50% on ink costs, on average, vs. buying a new ink cartridge.
HP 950/951 ink cartridges support HP Officejet PRO 8100, 8600, 8600 Plus, 8600 Premier, 8610, 8620, 8630, 251dw & 276dw Printers.
If you have never refilled your cartridges before, the process is simple and usually takes less an hour. In addition to the money savings and it is good for the environment since you get to reuse your ink cartridge over and over.
As America’s #1 alternative ink refill source, give us a try and we’re sure you’ll be pleased as our ink quality and color rivals that of the original manufacturer. The highly trained in-store refill operators use commercial grade ink refilling equipment that preps, evacuates, cleans and then fills your cartridge automatically. Typically, cartridges are refilled with 10-20% more ink versus what the printer manufacturer puts inside.
CAUTION: for those of you who have ever thought about, or are currently refilling your ink cartridges via one of those Do-It-Yourself refill kits, please desist and stop the pain! Similar to the days of changing your own oil, it’s just not worth it, plus you don’t get the retailers money-back guarantee if it doesn’t work. The best solution is to visit any of the North American ink refill centers and let a trained operator do the work while you shop.
With printer manufacturers making ink cartridges more and more sophisticated these days, should you try and do-it-yourself, you will need to ensure that a proper ink fill occurs to avoid issues like cross-contamination between colors, cartridge bleed, and the inevitable streaking or white lines in printed output. The hassle associated with manual ink refilling and potential permanent micro-electric damage to your printer’s PRINTHEAD just don’t add up for the marginal cost savings that you may think you’re getting.
This is also true for most compatible cartridges which come from China — ink compatibility and subsequent printer reliability of such cartridges is considered somewhat questionable. Print quality and longevity are generally substandard due to the unknown chemical compounds…why put your printer at unnecessary risk?
All of our inks are made in America and have been tested for 100% compatibility with your printer model. They do NOT contain any dangerous volatile organic compounds (…that’s the bad stuff that can be harmful to the environment and your health).
It is recommended to only refill manufacturer’s genuine ink cartridges (versus compatibles or remanufactured cartridges) — look for references to GENUINE or ORIGINAL on ink packaging along with manufacturer’s trademark logo.
For more information on North American ink refill services at a major retailer located near you (and should you wish to save around 50% on ink costs and support the environment) or if you are seeking advanced printer problem resolutions, please visit http://www.inkjet411.com (English) or http://ca.inkjet411.com (French)
Post time: May-18-2017