Sell Unused Inks and Cartilages

When you have unused or unwanted cartilages, it makes sense to sell them for cash. There are reliable buyers of unused inks and cartilages. What you need to do is to identify that reliable buyer and then describe your products. Send them the details and they will get into action. Perhaps, you may be interested in knowing what you need to do before you actualize the sale. Here's a good read about  what to do with old ink cartridges, check it out! 

It is important that you get your cartilage number. This cartilage number is for the different models of printers that you might be having. As, such, you should first give detail about your printer model followed by the cartilage number. The cartilage number indicates its size and color. For example, if you are dell printer, then you might have a cartilage with the number TN04BK. BK, in this case, means black which is the toner ink. If the toner ink is yellow, then the cartilage number would be TN04Y and for blue or cyan, the number would TN04C. The cartilage number is easy to find as it is printed in the front of the box. Of course, not all models will have it at the front. For instance, on the front of box of the Sony printer, you will see the C110 or whatever is the four digit number this is the printer model and you have to turn to the back of the box to see the cartilage number and you will see a number of C13SO50187 yellow high capacity. Be on the look out for such figures before you consulted that you got the toner number. You can  sell toner here. 

The buyers of the unused cartilages have conditions that define the products they buy to make sure that sellers get a real value of what they sell; they grade them into different categories. For instance, they may grade them as grade A, B, C and so on. Grade A may be the products with the highest price rating. These could be cartilages in their original and untampered manufacturer box. They may be just few months after they were bout. In most cases, they should be in the latest manufacturing packages. Grade B may have items that are into the original manufacturer's package and have some few years since they were bought. They should have some time before they reach their expiry date. Grade C items may have items that are not in the original manufactured box. They could also be having minor defects such as mislabeling.