Never to early to prepare for KidStuff season

Hey KidStuff Sale moms and dads!  After all the snow days this year, our toy room is a disaster area- time to clean out!  So today, I wanted to give you some helpful hints as you declutter and begin preparing your items for the spring KidStuff Sale events.  Our first event is less than two months away!

  • Enlist your kiddos’ help! We all know they don’t want to give up any of their toys- however, if they know they are making room for the new toys you find at the sale, you may be surprised at the number of things they are willing to let go.
  • Start prepping your items for the KidStuff Sale events as you pack them away. Put the toy cars into baggies for the sale now; wipe down the infant swing before placing it into storage; as you clear clothes out of drawers and closets, keep outfits together by sizes.  These small steps will be a huge timesaver when you go to tag your items for the KidStuff Sale events.
  • Double check all pieces are present in puzzles, board games, and other small toys. These items are much more likely to sell if you can say “all pieces included” on the tag. Even an honest “blue game piece missing” makes a buyer more likely to purchase your item than if they need to open it themselves to inspect.
  • Clearly label your seasonal items as you pack them away. Halloween and Christmas items will be sold at the fall sales events- mark your storage container so that you don’t forget to pull those items out then!
  • As you begin “spring cleaning” your entire house, don’t forget about rooms like the kitchen- those outgrown sippy cups, plastic plates, and feeding utensils are all hot sellers at KidStuff Sale events!

The KidStuff Sale spring events will be here soon.  As you start spring cleaning, prepping your items now will save you time- and make you more money at the sales!  See you there!

Suzette Decker in the founder and owner of KidStuff Sale. With Suzette’s unique seller/buyer match-making skills that she acquired from her years in real estate, she envisioned a fun and financially beneficial way she could bring families in her community together to buy what they need…and sell what they don’t. Wallah! And the rest is history with more than 25 years and counting serving Kentuckiana families.

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