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TONER REFILL

The Ink All-You-Can Toner Refill is another practical and Earth-friendly way to reuse and extend the life of your toners. Save us much as 40% on your printing cost when you refill your toner for as low as P1, 500 per refill, compared to buying original manufacturer toner. It is perfect for light users, i.e. those who print few pages a week.

We can refill almost all printer cartridges from HP, Epson, Canon, Brother and Lexmark Printers.

IAYC Toner Refill vs. Original Manufacturer Toner

  • Helps save our Mother Earth through re-using your toners
  • Get up to 40% savings versus repeatedly buying manufacturer toners
  • Avoid the inconvenience of trying to look for hard-to-find manufacturer cartridges

See How Much You Can Save!

TYPE
ORIGINAL CARTRIDGESINK ALL-YOU-CAN SYSTEMSAVINGS
PRICEPAGESPRICEPAGESPERCENTAGE
Black printP 1.251500-200P 0.751,500 - 2,50040%
Colored printP 2.502000 - 3000P 1.502,000 - 3,00040%

When is the best time to have the toners refilled?

It’s best to have your toners refilled right after they become empty.  This increases the chance of your toners being refilled successfully.   Leaving your toners empty for a longer period of time can cause the ink remaining in the toner to dry up. This can lead to Cartridge Drum clogging. Likewise, using the empty toners can burn the Cartridge Drum beyond repair.

How many times can the cartridges be refilled?

Toners can normally be refilled around 3 to 6 times, on the average. While for laser toners, it will be around 1 - 3 times only. However, we have already refilled some toners more than 10 times and the printout is still as good as brand new. The key is really taking care of your toners and using top quality toner powder which you can find in Ink All-You-Can.

Why can't toners be refilled indefinitely?

Toner are actually built by manufacturers as disposable material, technically good for one use only. What Ink All-You-Can does is TRYING TO EXTEND the life of your toners by refilling it with topmost quality toner powder. As with other things, your toner will wear off and get damaged after some time of continued usage.

Will toner refill damage my printer?

Toner refilling in itself will NOT DAMAGE your printer. However, there are two major factors which can potentially cause printer damage. First is the use of low quality toner powder which leaves residues that can clog cartridge drum. The other major factor is when the ink refiller does not have the necessary technical training and expertise in doing the job.

With INK All-You-Can, you can be assured that we only use top quality toner powder and our staff have undergone rigorous training to make sure that they know the best way of refilling printer cartridges.

However, it is also important to note that the printer is subject to wear and tear, just like any other thing that we have. That means, the more we use it, the more it gets damaged and the closer it gets to the end of its service life. Think of it like you have 2 cars, one for personal use every now and then, and the other used as taxi for 24 hours 7 days a week. Which one do you think will break down first? You may have bought it at the same time, from the same supplier and perhaps maintaining it the same way but most likely, the taxi will be first to get damaged simply because of the high number of kilometers it ran.

The same is true for printers. Before you used ink refills, you probably printed just a few pages per week (because the ink is soooo expensive). But now, you print all-you-want so the printer is like a taxi running at full capacity. Thus, in less than a year, perhaps it will already show signs of fatigue and eventually will suggest to you that you give him the rest he needed, coz he has given you his full service by printing thousands of pages and in the process, you've saved thousands of pesos from using the Ink All-You-Can Refills.


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