Let’s face it, baby clothes pile up before we know it. Parents pamper their kids to no end and buy or get gifted so many baby clothes that their toddler won’t even be able to wear all of them before they begin to outgrow them. You should try to recycle your kid’s clothes instead of throwing them away. There is a huge market for preloved children’s clothes. Here are 4 tricks to help you sell your used kid’s clothes effectively.
- Sort Your Items: Sort your preloved children’s clothes in terms of condition, style and fabric. Good condition means better pricing.
- Sort in Terms of Size and Season: Once you initially sort your preloved children’s clothes in terms of condition, start sorting them in terms of size and season.
- Keep Items Clean: Making sure your used kid’s clothes are clean and presentable goes a long way in making a sale.
- Maintain Your Kid’s Clothes: Kids outgrow clothes. It’s inevitable. Since you know that you’re going to have to recycle their old clothes at some point, it helps to keep them well