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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

 

col

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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

 

Dave

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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.

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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.

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Guest SharperCleaning

Washing windows is one of those jobs that take time and devotion. By choosing the right tools and techniques, the task can go much more quickly and produce better results.

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

 

I take a dog with me and get him to lick the windows,I find this is the best and cheap too,tin of dog food and a bowl of water.Any locked gates I cant access the back I get Rex to jump over and he does a great job ;)

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

 

I take a dog with me and get him to lick the windows,I find this is the best and cheap too,tin of dog food and a bowl of water.Any locked gates I cant access the back I get Rex to jump over and he does a great job :)

 

 

lol. reminded me of a lad we had for a very short time!!! :angel:

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

 

I take a dog with me and get him to lick the windows,I find this is the best and cheap too,tin of dog food and a bowl of water.Any locked gates I cant access the back I get Rex to jump over and he does a great job :)

 

 

 

Lol that made me laugh

 

 

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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

 

col

 

You say you have a Samsung printer?

Do you also use it to print flyers or leaflets at all?

If it's good at everything you ask it to do, can you tell me what model it is as I am buying a printer this week, and I have no idea what is good/rubbish?

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

 

I take a dog with me and get him to lick the windows,I find this is the best and cheap too,tin of dog food and a bowl of water.Any locked gates I cant access the back I get Rex to jump over and he does a great job :)

 

 

 

Lol that made me laugh

 

 

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Absolute classic

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if you want them printed, go online to vista print.

design your free cards (pay for postage) go to chekout and when your paying they will offer you more for a small amount and will then continue daily to send you offers

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