Now that spring has sprung, it’s time to gear up for perhaps the most magical time of year: Yard Sale Season! Call ‘em garage sales, rummage sales, lawn sales, whatever–they’re a great venue for folks to sell their old unwanted
junk perfectly good, gently used items, but, more importantly, yard sales present the opportunity for savvy shoppers to find hidden treasures!
However, if you’re planning your own garage sale this spring or summer, please do your customers a favor: use the proper equipment to mark your prices, like tag attachers from Avery Dennison. I can’t tell you how disappointing it is to find a potentially amazing, genuine ’90s Hypercolor sweater at a rummage sale for just $1.00 only to find that the seller has pinned a huge price tag on it, putting a hole in the fabric and thereby ruining it.
This Video Worthy video, from Ivy Gu, shows how to be a responsible garage sale proprietor. It’s more than worth the trouble to do your price tagging right–everybody knows you can get at least $10.00 for a non-destroyed Hypercolor shirt these days!
This is all it would have taken to send me home not sad last spring, 600 block of Browning Blvd.