I never get tired of saying this: but first of all thank you for an awesome product
I am going to be putting my epson 7880 in storage for a while - and there is still some ink left in the cartridges.
My thought was to try to use as much of this ink printing as possible. So my basic idea was to basically clean a cartridge first with distilled water, and then fill it with piezoflush - whenever it becomes close to empty. They of course have different ink levels all of them so far, so eventually this would mean that one ink line would become filled with flush solution earlier than the others, and the printer would be useless for printing after that fact - but at least I've minimized my wastage of your fine ink. And then I was thinking of doing a power clean to flush all the ink lines so that the printer is completely filled with flush solution.
Is this strategy plausible or am I missing something obvious?
Also I am wondering how low can I allow the cartridges to go before cleaning them with distilled water and filling them with flush solution? Can I let them go completely empty or should there be a few miliimeters ink left when I refill it with flush?