Tuesday, March 19, 2013

One person’s trash!

There is a fine line when it comes to trash or garbage.  Now probably more than ever people are using, re-purposing and even recycling more things that would have just been thrown out a few years back.  There are so many things that I have seen sell that even I would have thrown out.  It could be that old beat up chair in the corner, those old black and white photos (landscape)  no one wants or a varied of other things.  I’ve had people buy old magazine’s and or newspapers (based on subject) and then others buy used cleaning product’s.  We had a sale where someone purchased a piece of aluminum siding and 2 gutter leaders out of the garage I guess to use on their own house or maybe to scrap.  The point is, if you are thinking about having a sale before you just start throwing things out think about if it can still be used.  Chances are if the answer is yes and the price is right you may just sell it.  In the end if you don’t sell it you were going to throw it out anyway so you might as well try to sell it.


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