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Old 01-13-2011, 01:09 PM   #1
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Exclamation Looking to sell, not sure how to price...

When I was super enthused about CDing, I invested a small fortune in 7 FLIP diapers, 9 stay dry inserts, and 3 organic cotton inserts.

We never really got the hang of it, and the fitting on the FLIPS for my baby boy was bad. It would either be too tight it'd leave red marks or too loose that everything would come flying out And unfortunately, I don't have the money to experiment anymore.

I'm looking to sell them all off, and they are all in really good condition WITH a very annoying exception: on a few, the seam on the back-end has ripped. So this is like the seam that lays across the baby's back. It never bothered me, but I could see someone taking issue with it. I am a moderately skilled sewer, and I could fix them myself-- but I don't know if that'll drop the price I can ask for them.

I am looking to make as much as I can because, frankly, we need the money. Sad to say, but that's just how it is.

So my questions...
1) Do I fix them myself ... or just put them out there the way they are?
2) Do I just take a hit, sell them for maybe 10 each instead of 13/14?
3) What would you do?

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