Having to get business cards printed time and time again can be a huge nuisance, and a big part of the reason why that is the case has to do with the fact that you’d have to pay for each batch which can really add up to a lot in financial terms. The thing is, you can’t help but get new business cards made every once in a while. After all, business cards can only last for so long before they end up degrading to the point where they are no longer legible let alone useful in some way, shape or form.
We have a useful tip that you can use to improve the longevity of your business cards, and this tip can be applied both to paper cards as well as Metal Business Kards at any given point in time. The tip in question is that you should avoid printing on the card with ink. You might be scratching your head at this since you need to display text on your card, but ink is not the only thing that can be used to do that! You can also opt for laser etching, and in our humble opinion it is so superior to ink printing that you’d be a fool not to try it out.
Ink fades over time, even if you keep the cards in a secure storage space. Etchings, on the other hand, will not fade away no matter what occurs. You can also try to get your card embossed if you want it to have a truly classy look and feel. This method lets a single batch of cards last for years or decades.