What is it that makes kids go through clothes at an alarming rate of knots. No sooner have you bought them something then it seems they are out of it before the season is over and I’ve lost track of the amount of clothing I’ve got rid of and passed over to friends – all I know is that it was a pretty penny.
Thankfully though now with Miss Roo’s clothes I’ve been taking a new approach of getting rid of her clothes that she’s grown out of by doing some clothes recycling for cash and earning some money at the same time to go towards new gear. This is a great idea as it’s really simple and all the money I’ve made has been used to buy Roo new outfits ready for the autumn. I’ve also used it to sell on quite a lot of clothes that are now too big for me. I love that it’s really EASY in just a few clicks to sell my unwanted clothing that has been cluttering up my front room. Just enter the Brand & Type of garment you want to sell into the valuation engine and get an instant price.
So far I’ve made just over £100 selling a few pieces in this way and can finally get through the door of the spare room and begin de-cluttering all the other bits of car parts, books and toys that seem to be taking over the house!
Also unlike other clothes selling sites there’s no hassles with sending goods on and moaning buyers. Simply use the FREE send service and I drop my items off at my local post office or if I am stuck for time organise the free insured courier to come and collect. Even better, I am not wasting petrol dashing about like a mad thing!
Simply pop your clothes in your box, along with all your other stuff and then choose how you want to get paid either by bank transfer, cheque or e-vouchers and if you feel like being the good Samaritan you can even donate to one of the chosen charities online.
I’ve cleared a shed load of space in mine and Roo’s wardrobe which for the time being looks lovely and tidy until she no doubt wages war in there dressing up later on for half term!
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