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July 27, 2011

4-in-1 Printer Cleaning Paper


That's different.

I never knew such a thing existed till I espied it in the latest Cyberguys catalog.

But there it is, on page 33 (of 159, for the annoying person out there who silently asked how many pages are in their catalog. You're probably related to the guy — initials WL, who also became an anesthesiologist, oddly enough, and might take out a contract on me if I used his full name — who sat in the front row of every class during the first two years of med school and invariably, as Friday afternoon's final lecture of the week ended at 5 p.m., in response to the teacher's "Are there any questions?", would shoot up his hand and proceed to ask one, with the rest of us wishing the guy would just drop dead).

How could I not want to try these sheets out?


Anything to make the output from my crummy Epson 88+ printer better than the dismal pages that emerge.

You say maybe if I paid more than $80 for a printer I might get better-looking printing?

Go away.

From the Cyberguys website:


Help keep your laser printer, inkjet printer, plain paper FAX machine or photocopier operating cleaner, longer and with less maintenance with Cleaning Paper.

Treated to attract and remove toner residue, paper dust, debris and other foreign matter from the paper path of your machine, Cleaning Paper is non-toxic and will not leave any residual chemical.

Regular use, especially after changing a toner cartridge or extensive copy output, can help prolong the life of your equipment and ensure better reproduction of clean, crisp and professional looking documents.

Easy-to-use sheets run through the same paper path as regular paper for simple one-step cleaning.



12 pieces of 4-in-1 Clean Paper for Laser or Ink Jet Printers cost $10.79.

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So, now you'll have a crummy $90 printer. Hmmmm.

Posted by: Fred | Jul 27, 2011 3:33:26 PM

Laser jets from the 4000 series on make their own "cleaning" page every 10,000 pages. Then you feed the page back through the laser jet and it cleans the gunk off the rollers and fuser.

Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Jul 27, 2011 1:57:47 PM

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