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  1. Gleam123

    Gleam123 Active Member

    Jun 30, 2011
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    Anyone know the best place to get these type of cards?

    I obviously want them with my logo etc on and was wondering if anybody could recommend anywhere?
  2. Catherine

    Catherine Guest

    Im sure somebody will come along and advise, but there are some very very cheap printer deals out there.
  3. Your best bet is to buy a printer and make them yourself, i use a business card template on microsoft publlisher, its cheap and means i can change what they say from time to time if i have something i want to communicate to my customers.

    Buy either a laser printer for around £50 google before hand to make sure you can refill the cartridges your self i have a samsiung laser the cartridges are aroung £40 but i refill them with toner about six times so i get around 20,000 pages from each, toner is aroung £5 a bottle

    Or you can buy an ink jet printer for around £40 they are not as fast at printing as laser but you can buy cartridges for around £10, again makes sureyou can refill the cartridges your self ask google, the refill kits are around £8

  4. Hinty

    Hinty Well-Known Member

    Mar 12, 2011
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    I tend to use my design - emailed to prontaprint, they print on colour tinted paper to make it look a bit more professional - and they guillotine them for me too.

    Think it cost about £35 last time - for 500 sheets - 8 to a sheet - 4000 for £35 not bad

  5. nearlyclean


    Dec 20, 2010
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    I got a kodak printer the Ink is about a tenner and print off 12 to a A4 sheet,made them up myself using Open Office labels and you can attach an logo.
  6. kars

    kars Guest

    I made up my own, 10 to a sheet of A4 and cut them up myself or one of the boys gets busy with it in the back of the car when we are traveling. they work really well and do the job requiired.
  7. Ken

    Ken Guest

    I used to print tabs off on my home printer then post through.
    Then I bought 1000's of One sided business cards from vistaprint.
    Now I use those, my round consists of less £5-10 and more £10+ so I haven't run out in ages and I write or stamp what I need on the back.
  8. emmasaunders

    emmasaunders Guest

    Hi I was asked by a client about what is the best type of window cleaning method to clean windows, anyone got any susggestions.
  9. Gav

    Gav Grand Master

    Dec 18, 2010
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    Erm if you were a window cleaner you would know I am gusing your not?
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