Buying and Selling Baby Clothes for Mums

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Selling Baby Clothes


Hi everyone

Recently I have been buying and selling Baby clothes through Ebay and have found that the demand for this was great, most of the clothes, if not all the clothes have been pre-loved but all in very good condition.

So for all the mums out there looking to make a little bit of extra cash this could be for you! but remember you are selling these clothes mostly to other mums so please make sure that you write the description of what you are selling as acturatley as possible.

1.Make sure you have the size of the item you are selling in the description.

2.Explain what material it is made of also in the description.

3.Have details in the description of the condition of the product (very important if selling second hand).

4.And make sure you mention if they come from a smoke or pet free home.

5.When you post the clothes make sure they are washed, ironed, and folded.

If you find that this could be for you but you dont know where to look for all these clothes to sell here are some ideas.

1. Start with selling all of your own unwanted baby clothes (that won't last long).

2.Check out all the Op shops, you will find lots to choose from  at great prices.

3.Buy through Ebay as there are a lot of bargains not to mention being able to buy in bulk.

4.You could even approach baby clothes stores and offer to sell there clothes for them if you split the profit.

5.Most stores have a sale at sometime in the year so keep your eyes open when you are out.

6.You could also advertise to other mums at school that you could sell there unwanted baby clothes and once again split the profit.

It's not hard to start a small little business for yourself on Ebay if you are a mum wanting a little extra cash, it does take some work getting started but believe me anyone wanting to do this just needs get started and start listing.

So good luck! Hope that you found those tips helpful.


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