Cartridge prices starting at $13.95

The Lexmark Z2300 is the top choice for the cash-strapped student or a household that needs a spare machine for photo printing. Entry-level as it may be, it still needs an ink cartridge that will get the job done. For the past 20 years, we have been providing high-quality ink to all our clients, making sure that our cartridges meet and exceed OEM standards. With Carrot Ink, you’ll save a bunch of money on cartridges that don’t skimp on quality, be that our Lexmark 14 (18C2090) Black Remanufactured Ink Cartridge or our Lexmark 15 (18C2110) Color Remanufactured Ink Cartridge or our Lexmark 31 (18C0031) Photo Remanufactured Ink Cartridge. Order $40 worth of products today and your shipping is on us!

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How to Replace Cartridge(s)

  1. Turn your printer on and lift the access door. Wait until the carriage moves and stops at the loading position.
  2. Press down on the old cartridge’s carrier lever to raise its lid. Then, remove the old cartridge.
  3. Take your new cartridge out of its packaging. Remove the tape from the back and bottom of the new cartridge. Note: Don’t touch the gold contact area on the back or the metal nozzles at the bottom.
  4. Insert the new cartridge into its corresponding carrier. Black cartridge goes to the left, while the color cartridge goes to the right.
  5. Close your printer’s access cover.


Frequently Asked Questions


Why should I buy remanufactured inks?

There are plenty of benefits when you choose remanufactured inks! For one, you get to save up to 75% of the cost compared to buying an original cartridge on retail. And secondly, you help save the environment since you’re helping reuse non-biodegradable materials.


If I buy in bulk, how soon can I expect each cartridge to expire?

Our cartridges come with 18 to 24 months of shelf life. To make sure they don’t dry out fast, keep them inside a sealed bag and in a cool, dry place.


How do I store an opened ink cartridge?

If you don’t end up using a cartridge until the ink runs out, you may want to store them for later use. You should always keep them in an upright position and away from extreme temperature changes, be it cold or heat.