Your kids seem to grow out of their clothes and toys every six months or so, and they only use their baby equipment for a short time too. So, why not recycle and find a new home for those things. Emily Rascon from Kid to Kid explains how you can turn your kids outgrown clothes into money.
Kid to Kid is a convenient alternative for busy parents. It’s kind of like trading your car in at the dealership versus trying to sell it yourself. Selling to Kid to Kid is an easy 4 step process:
1. Clean and sort through your things at home.
2. Bring them into one of the 11 Utah Kid to Kid stores.
3. Check out the store while you wait for the buyer to appraise your items. It usually takes less than an hour – many customers are done in 30 minutes or less.
4. Decide whether you want to take your payment in cash or 20% more in store credit.
Kid to Kid buys and sells kid’s clothes, toys, baby gear, maternity wear, and so much more. Visit one of the 11 Utah locations, to sell and buy gently used kid gear.
To learn more about how to earn the most for your kids’ stuff or to find a store near you, visit www.kidtokid.com