Indy Ink and Toner stocks premium-quality ink cartridges from brands such as Canon, Dell, and HP that are compatible with printers of all persuasions. The ink emporium also maintains a fleet of top-brand laser toners, and offers ink refills to extend cartridges’ life expectancy and reduce their environmental impact. After sending newly purchased or refilled cartridges out into the world, the shop helps guests experiencing any difficulty with a slew of troubleshooting tips on the FAQ page. There, cartridge-owners and extraterrestrials who are bad at researching for an upcoming invasion can learn how to clean print heads or get sharper quality from their printers.
The truck and auto experts at Millennium Linings, an Angie’s List-rated and IndyChannel.com A-List winner, outfit horseless carriages with an entire cavalry of name-brand accessories and protective services such as Rust Check rustproofing and using LineX bedliners. Among its many areas of expertise, the professional staff rejuvenates jalopies with high-performance engine tuning, helps to haul the moon from its orbit with towing systems, and protects transportable goods with soft tonneau covers for truck beds.
Stereo Advantage’s high-tech sound systems fitted into outlandishly flashy stereo cabinets turn dull commutes into parties. Far from simply retrofitting cars for iPods and Bluetooth technology, the interior renovators outfit autos with all manner of speakers. Their gadgets are as much statement pieces as they are technological upgrades. The designers pride themselves on finding ways to blend sound-systems seamlessly into the car’s aesthetic. To complement their audiovisual equipment, they also offer an array of alarms, navigation systems, and remote starters.
When Mike's Carwash first opened in 1948, it was one of only 18 carwash businesses in the United States. Today, the family-owned establishment keeps the 65-year-old tradition of gussying up automobiles alive at 42 locations throughout the Midwest. At each location, accommodating staffers stand by to assist customers during the cleaning process. Decked out in cartoon neckties, the cheerful team ushers cars into computer-controlled washers that eschew traditional gear-operated brushes and baseball bats in favor of controlled sprays and soft cloths. After the mixture of eight signature soaps de-grimes surfaces, 200-miles-per-hour gusts of hot air dry vehicles instantly. Mike's also offers specialty coats to give car exteriors and tires additional shine.