To test spot stains on clothes, I also use the Tide to Go pens. I iron just about every piece of clothing I sell prior to listing. To have another chance to check the item over for any flaws.
If it's a delicate fabric I don't want to take a chance on or the tag on the garment states do not iron, I toss it in the dryer for a few minutes on low to take most of the wrinkles out. I take a lint roller to the clothing as I iron as I'm constantly waging war on pet hair with two cats and a dog, even though they are banned from coming in my office.
I saw e Bay mentioned on a frugal living message board and figured I'd give it a try.
It was too cold for garage sales and the thrift stores didn't have the right size.
I refused to pay full retail on a pair of shoes that her toddler-size feet would outgrow in a short period of time.
She has generously written this guest post to share with you her tips on getting started with Re Selling clothing. Re Selling Clothing - I got my start on e Bay, like most people, as a buyer about 11 years ago.
It was getting close to the holidays and I was trying to find a pair of dress shoes for my oldest daughter.
I try to avoid items that have issues that I'm unable to fix myself as my skill level is just tightening or replacing buttons and doing quick mending jobs.