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Old 01-08-2012, 03:51 PM   #11
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Name brands do fairly well on EBay or may on your local Craigslist? That would also save on shipping.

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Are you re-stashing again?
No thank goodness. I just have a bunch of random diapers that we don't use sitting in boxes and I'd love to just get rid of them by selling to a store. But I'm finding that stores want their used diapers to be in pretty stellar condition and ours are not.
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I sold a bunch of diapers to Kristin at re-diaper.com. It was really easy and she gave me a pretty good deal in store credit ( all of the diapers I needed she already had in-stock which is why I went that route).You do get more $$ for your diapers if you decide to ask for payment in store credit rather than cash though.All in all I would sell to her again, and while I didn't necessarily get top dollar for my diapers, the convenience of it outweighed having to wait and see if someone would even buy my diapers on craigslist.
That looks like a good option. I would prefer store credit since I am up-sizing anyway. Unfortunately she doesn't have to many of the diapers I am looking for.

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She doesn't carry the type of diapers I am looking for. I already checked her and sew crafty baby.

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No thank goodness. I just have a bunch of random diapers that we don't use sitting in boxes and I'd love to just get rid of them by selling to a store. But I'm finding that stores want their used diapers to be in pretty stellar condition and ours are not.
Did the age matter? Only 4 of these diapers have stains and they are the kind of stain you can only see in early morning light if your slightly insane about diapers. But the grovia styles are the older organic cotton kind not the newest stay dry type.
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Did the age matter? Only 4 of these diapers have stains and they are the kind of stain you can only see in early morning light if your slightly insane about diapers. But the grovia styles are the older organic cotton kind not the newest stay dry type.
I've only looked at a small amount of stores but I'm finding, like at Diaper Junction which is local to me, that they want stain free diapers...which I just can't do. We've got some that the sun won't even fix.
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I send most of my stuff to the green baby store for store credit...melissa is wonderful to work with!!
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Name brands do fairly well on EBay or may on your local Craigslist? That would also save on shipping.
Our local consignment shop likes to take them because people snatch them up quick. ALthough - not sure what you have available locally.
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