In order to clean head printer, buy the store liquid glass cleaner that contains ammonia. You will also need pure distilled water which can be purchased at the pharmacy or to obtain after defrosting the fridge and simple medical wool.
Take washed and dry, plastic mould, plastic bag or cap for the plastic mould. In addition, you'll need disposable syringes with needles, 10-20 ml, and household wipes.
With a carriage of the printer , remove the printhead and clean it from the old ink absorbent blotting it with a napkin or toilet paper. Blot the nozzles of the heads as long as the tissue will not reveal any traces of ink. Take a new cloth and soak in the washing liquid for glasses.
Gently, without applying pressure, wipe the surface of the print head, without affecting the cost of electrical contacts. Dial washing liquid into the syringe and through the needle hole a short distance wash places with the remaining traces of ink. Again blot your head with a napkin. If the head is removable cartridges, close the intake fitting medical cotton wool and soak it in the wash fluid.
Put the printhead nozzles down in a plastic mold and fill with warm wash fluid. The liquid should be a few millimeters above the nozzle head. Close the mold airtight lid or seal plastic bag.
A day later, open the form, remove the print head and repeat the above steps and then re-place the head in the liquid for a day. Check readiness of printheads to work with a cloth – if the cloth does not remain in the ink, so you have cleaned the print head.
Dial clean rinsing liquid into the syringe and finally, flush your head from dirt and dust. DAB the nozzles with a cloth, remove the wool from fence fittings and wipe them out. Gently wipe the printhead and dry it with a Hairdryer. Half an hour later, fill the cartridge, and push the crown into its place in the printer.