Canon MAXIFY Ink

The right ink can make all the difference when it comes to printing text and images that are clear, sharp, vibrant, and detailed. For quality printing results, Canon MAXIFY ink is a great choice. Canon is a widely known and respected brand for office supply needs, and customers come back time and time again for their reliable ink cartridges. Learn what makes Canon MAXIFY ink different below, including why it’s a superior option for archival prints or those that will be exposed to sunlight.

Here are some models of Canon MAXIFY printers that the Canon MAXIFY ink is compatible with:

Why Is Canon MAXIFY Ink Recommended for Your Canon Printer?

Canon ink is specially made to be compatible with Canon inkjet printers. Using a different brand of ink cartridge with a Canon printer can lead to less-than-optimal printing results and can even clog or damage the printhead. It’s best to stick with Canon-made ink to ensure you don’t run into a potentially costly issue with your Canon printer.

Canon MAXIFY ink cartridges are tested by a team of highly qualified technicians that inspect every unit thoroughly to ensure the product is free of defects before it makes its way to consumers, so there’s added peace of mind when purchasing that your cartridge will be ready to print and deliver great results. These cartridges are inexpensive to replace, which is a huge benefit for offices and schools, or if you’re just someone who uses a lot of ink. Canon MAXIFY ink offers high-density performance that produces crisp text, vivid colors, and is smudge-resistant, so there’s no need to be delicate with pages this ink is used on. Canon MAXIFY ink also can produce high numbers of prints. Canon MAXIFY black ink cartridges print up to 1,200 pages, and color cartridges produce great results for up to 300 pages.

What Is the Advantage of Pigment-Based Inks Like Canon MAXIFY Ink?

A pigment-based ink like Canon MAXIFY is formulated for dark text and bright colors when printed on plain paper. Pigmented inks also offer an added advantage of being more water-resistant and deeper in color than dye inks. These inks also tend to be more fade-resistant, making them ideal for archival documents and images. If you’re printing something that will be exposed to sunlight, a pigmented ink is the way to go, given that when the document is exposed to UV light for many months, the pigment ink holds its color, quality, and vibrancy better than dye.