Store pens properly: Store pens in a dry, cool place, away from direct sunlight and heat sources. This will prevent the ink from drying out or becoming clumpy.
Keep pens capped: Always keep the pen capped when not in use to prevent the ink from drying out and the pen from leaking.
Avoid biting or chewing pens: Biting or chewing pens can damage the pen and release harmful chemicals. It can also be a choking hazard.
Use pens on appropriate surfaces: Use pens on appropriate surfaces such as paper, not on walls or other surfaces that may be damaged.
Avoid sharing pens: Sharing pens can lead to the spread of germs and infections. Each person should have their own pen.
Don't leave pens in hot cars: Leaving pens in hot cars can cause the ink to leak or dry out.
Dispose of pens properly: Dispose of pens properly in a trash bin. Don't litter or dispose of them in a way that may harm the environment.
By following these precautions, you can ensure that your office use/student pens are well-maintained, safe to use, and can last longer.