How to Clean Brother Printer Heads for Optimal Cleaning

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Brother printers are renowned for their quality and reliability, but like any type of inkjet printer, Brother printers are prone to clogging if not cleaned and maintained regularly. Printer issues can be stressful, especially when meeting deadlines and printing important documents and photos. If your Brother printer does not produce clear images or text, the printer head may need to be cleaned. Continue reading “How to Clean Brother Printer Heads for Optimal Cleaning”

General Maintenance and Upkeep: How to Clean Printer Rollers

The modern world runs off words and numbers, whether displayed on a screen or printed on paper. At the workplace and home, we rely on printers to make physical representations of our digital files. As with any tool, the printer requires careful observation and regular upkeep to maintain maximum efficiency.  Continue reading “General Maintenance and Upkeep: How to Clean Printer Rollers”

Card Stock vs. Construction Paper – Is One Worse for Your Printer?

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Whether you’re looking to send some glossy invitations to your friends and family or do some crafting with your kids, you’ll want to buy some specialty card stock or construction paper. These paper types offer you different options for creative projects. Card stock can be glossy and is nearly always thicker than construction paper.  Continue reading “Card Stock vs. Construction Paper – Is One Worse for Your Printer?”

How to Put Ink in a Printer Properly and Safely

An inkjet printer is an excellent tool for producing high-quality photographs and clean-cut documents. Of course, you’ll have to replace the old ink cartridges with new ones when the ink supply runs low. After you purchase new ink cartridges, you may be wondering how to put them in your printer without damaging your equipment. Continue reading “How to Put Ink in a Printer Properly and Safely”

What is Duplex Printing & Is It Bad for My Printer? 

Duplex printing occurs when printers print on both sides of a piece of paper. It is an alternative to simplex printing, which uses only one side of the page. Simplex printing used to be the only automatic option for many printers, but these days, duplex printing is becoming more popular. Double-sided printing is eco-friendly and can help you save money.  Continue reading “What is Duplex Printing & Is It Bad for My Printer? “