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best place to sell huge stash

(6 Posts)
fatsatsuma Thu 01-Nov-12 12:50:39

Thanks. I'm not great at FB so haven't come across the preloved boards, but will go off and have a look.

NumptyDumty Thu 01-Nov-12 10:47:34

If you join the preloved boards on FB you can use the search bar to see previous list prices too which can be helpful!

NumptyDumty Thu 01-Nov-12 10:45:46

I'm new to the wonderful world if fluff so not all that knowledgeable..

There is no harm advertising them, If there faint I can't imagine much of a problem, if you sell individually just make them cheaper?

fatsatsuma Thu 01-Nov-12 10:19:05

Thanks Numpty, that's helpful advice about more traffic on specialist sites.

May I cheekily ask you another question?
Most of my nappies are spotless (only worn by DD and well-cared for), but one or two of them have very faint poo stains that I cannot shift. I've tried all the usual tricks and left them sitting in the sun for ages, but they are still there. They are itti bittis and one bumgenius. Do you think it's even worth advertising those (detailing the stains obviously), or would people not touch them with a barge pole?

NumptyDumty Thu 01-Nov-12 10:06:27

Hey,
I have no idea about selling on here but cloth nappy tree is a good start, also If you are on Facebook there are preloved nappy groups on there too, I think both of these would have more traffic than the MN board or Gumtree for example as they are particularly aimed at nappies.

Hope that helps and good luck x

fatsatsuma Thu 01-Nov-12 10:02:17

I know this board is not for buying/selling nappies, but am I allowed to ask for advice on the best place to sell them?

DD is 4 now but I've only just got round to organizing myself into clearing out all her lovely nappies. So I feel rather out of touch with the real nappy scene. I've registered on Cloth Nappy Tree, but I see that there is also a Nappies section on the MN Classified board. Is it worth paying the £10 to advertise them there?

I hope I'm not breaking the rules by posting this here, but I would really appreciate advice as I don't know where to start.

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