While sticker printing is a great way to promote a business or event, there are some considerations to make before printing your stickers. One of the biggest mistakes that most business owners make is choosing the wrong color. Lighter color values will not transfer well to black and white images, and can even look white to the untrained eye. For this reason, the best way to create a design that will work in black and white is to use an image editing application, such as Photoshop.
Before ordering your stickers, make sure you check the color accuracy of the ink cartridge. Running out of ink is not an ideal scenario, and can result in an expensive trip to the store. You should consider compatible cartridges, which are the same components as brand-name cartridges, and are custom-refilled for exceptional results. Most compatible cartridges cost forty to fifty percent less than their brand-name counterparts. To save money, you can use compatible cartridges, which are also backed by a manufacturer’s warranty.
Ensure that you know how much ink you need to print the stickers before ordering them. The quality of the stickers can vary greatly if the printer you use doesn’t produce enough ink. When choosing a printer, you should make sure to check the quality of the paper used for the paper, as the quality of the paper can make a huge difference. If you want to use vinyl, it’s best to use a high-quality vinyl sticker, but if you are going to use a non-vinyl sticker, you should check the lamination sheet. For the best results, you should choose the right size and the type of surface texture.