Long-term durability of the SmartPrint Oil Sticker Printer

SmartPrint™ Oil Sticker Printer Will Last Decades

If you are looking for an oil label printer you want one that’s going to last, the SmartPrint™ lube label printer is the best reminder system out there. SmartPrint printers are designed to be used in an oil change shop environment where grease and grime are common, and oily fingers are the norm. You can’t find another printer out there compares to the long-term durability of SmartPrint Oil Sticker Printer.

Who sells the SmartPrint™ Lube Label System?

The SmartPrint™ Oil Sticker System name is trademarked by Communication Graphics Inc. d/b/a Comgraphx. We have had these units in production for over 15 years and remains the most commonly used system in America.

Are there other printers like SmartPrint™?

There are many different printer models on the market, at varying price points. In general, just like in other areas, you get what you pay for. The SmartPrint™ oil system is made with metal parts so that holds up for years to come. While some models require replacement every couple of years, the SmartPrint™ will last a decade or more, in many cases.

Who uses oil sticker printers?

Oil sticker printers are used by nearly every professional oil change shop in America. Most franchise chains have a program to provide shops with a printer and professional-looking labels, which are critical in achieving return customer success.

What if something goes wrong with my SmartPrint™ or I have questions?

The great thing about SmartPrint™ printers is the easy hassle-free technical support that comes with every printer sold. Comgraphx has a toll-free number on every printer. When you call up, they can walk you through any issue that might come up. They also can supply your labels, ink ribbons, and any other supplies you need to make your SmartPrint™ work flawlessly.

Is the SmartPrint™ sticker printer really that durable?

You don’t have to take our word for it. Talk to anyone using one of our SmartPrint™ printers and see what they have to say. Here’s a photo from a local Jiffy Lube when my coworker went for an oil change. They said this printer has been working hard for 18 years and counting.

That is a great example of the long-term durability of the SmartPrint Oil Sticker Printer

Why Do People Use Stickers?

Stickers represent meaning and connection

If you are putting a sticker on your car’s back windshield, you probably have a reason why you want to put that brand or cause out there for the world to see. Maybe it’s your favorite band or travel destination, or possibly it’s to celebrate your kid’s soccer team’s success. Whatever the reason, stickers mean different things to different people.

Brands and Companies can Use Connection to Build Loyalty

A sticker builds a long-term connection with your customer. In turn, connection creates loyalty and passion. Comgraphx can help you use stickers to their full potential because we’ve seen almost every possible design idea or print method. Here are some examples of how stickers are meaningful and why people love to use them.

There are several different types of stickers

Sticker options are endless, but below we discuss some of the most popular types.

Membership Stickers Communicate Passion Behind a Cause

When you become a member of something you’ve already made the hard choice of deciding that you want to use your resources to be a part of a group. Because you are part of a group, especially one that creates passion, you want to tell people about it! Your membership in that group shows the world what you care about and what you believe in. Whether it’s your favorite non-profit, university, or even local Zoo, memberships and membership stickers tell the world about your interests and passion. The sticker becomes a daily reminder of your passion and loyalty. Who wouldn’t want to build that type of relationship with their customers?

Stickers Communicate Accomplishment

Have you ever completed something and wanted to tell the world about what you’ve accomplished?  I have a friend who traveled to every state East of the Mississippi. I guarantee you someone has made a sticker to celebrate feat! We’ve all seen the running stickers for completing a 5K, half marathon, or 100-mile run (or in my case a 0.0 sticker!) Because you’ve invested so much time and energy into your passion, the best way to share it is with a cool decal. Meaning is found in stickers.

Stickers convey opinions.

Everyone has an opinion and some people are passionate enough about their opinion to tell the world of their beliefs. Whether it’s their stance on gun control, abortion, the environment, or their favorite football team, opinions create passions. Remember those famous stick people families on the back of mini-vans? You better believe those drivers are showcasing the passion they have for their family (sometimes their vampire family!) Stickers and passion go hand in hand.

Brand Loyalty Through Stickers

When I was in high school I had a Nalgene bottle chalked full of stickers. I didn’t put just any sticker on my water bottle, but stickers for brands who I supported and wanted others to know I supported. Because I saw these stickers on a daily basis (and my friends saw them too!) my brand loyalty only grew over time. It would be very difficult to see a brand message every day and not have some type of subconscious response to that brand.

Bumper Stickers as a Billboard.

Every time you’re in traffic there’s a car that could potentially be a billboard in front of you. Stickers mean something to each person in each car. It means they have an opinion. Or, they have a ton of pride in their school. Further, it could show they are a member of something, or they’ve been somewhere, or they’ve accomplished something special. Don’t be left out of this emotional tie. Use Comgraphx to get your stickers out there for people to latch onto and build that emotional connection to your company.

CarMax understands how stickers can be used to create loyalty and brand awareness, and they beautifully illustrate this message through a youtube video. Check it out!