Do compatible/Remanufactured cartridges work?
Yes, all our compatible/Remanufactured cartridges work, in fact we offer a better than a 100% guarantee that your compatible/Remanufactured cartridge will work just like a new cartridge.
Will using compatible/Remanufactured or remanufactured cartridges void my printer’s warranty?
No, it is a legal fact the printer manufacturers CANNOT VOID YOUR WARRANTY simply for using compatible/Remanufactured cartridges.
Will I get the same quality from a compatible/Remanufactured cartridge as I do from a new cartridge?
Yes, with Cartridge House we guarantee it!
How many pages will my cartridge print?
It really depends on what you are printing. Printing a text document doesn’t use as much ink as when you print a photo. Customers tell us our cartridges produce at least as many pages as those from original suppliers.
I’ve tried using a refill kit but it didn’t work - what makes your cartridges different?
In our experience refill kits tend not to work and there are several reasons why. Firstly Cartridge house cleans, dries and then refills cartridges in a vacuum chamber; this ensures that there are no air bubbles trapped in the print head, and you get a flawless print every time. Secondly almost every ink cartridge has its own ink that is formulated to produce the best results, refill kits ink tend to be a generic ink and not designed specifically for your cartridge.
Will a compatible or remanufactured cartridge damage my printer?
No, bear in mind that the ink does not touch any part of the printer or internal parts other than the cartridge and print head. The ink is applied to the paper as the paper is fed through the printer.
What’s the difference between compatible and remanufactured cartridges?
We generally use the term ‘remanufactured’ for ink cartridges and ‘compatible’ for toner cartridges. Ink cartridges are more common, used in homes and generally smaller then toner cartridges. The ink cartridge is cleaned, tried and then Remanufactured in a vacuum chamber. Toner cartridges are the big usually black boxes typically used in offices. These cartridges are manufactured under STMP standards and are fully quality product.
When is the best time to get new cartridge? How do I know when my cartridge is running low?
When you start seeing the color or black fading this is best time to get it – some printers give you an early warning.