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Selling Your Kids' Clothes

  My kids seem to outgrow their entire wardrobes overnight! Pants that fit perfectly yesterday are an inch too short, shoes are uncomfortable, and t-shirts have mysteriously become crop tops. Before Use-Ta! I would think to myself 'what do I do with all these baby clothes?!' and I'm sure there are tonnes of parents out there thinking the exact same thing so I thought i'd write a post about the many options out there for selling your kid's clothes.  Gumtree & eBay Selling your baby and children's clothes online through eBay or Gumtree is a great option for parents who have the time and the inclination. The trick is to upload good quality photos along with thorough descriptions and be prepared...

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We're back!

Hey there! We're back from our holiday break! Japan was amazing but I'm always happy to be back at work (even if Melbourne is FREEZING right now)! We're accepting consignments once again and now that Spring is approaching we're taking Summer items! You may notice that the checkout cart is still disabled- this is just so we can make some minor improvements to the website- if there's an item you have your eye on please place a phone order (03 9939 5857) or email us at Looking forward to seeing you! :) Use-Ta!

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How to make sure your consignment is a success!

Use-Ta! takes almost all of the hard work out of re-selling your out-grown kids clothing but there are still a few things you can do to make sure your items sell quickly!         Select the best of the best! We sort through items on the spot at Use-Ta! but if you go through everything beforehand this process is much quicker so you don’t have to wait around. If something has an obvious stain, is damaged or obviously well-worn then chances are we won’t take it. Think about whether or not the item is suitable for the current season as the store can’t take items that won’t sell in the consignment period. Reputable brands and clothes with a bit of personality...

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