My personal technique. It’s not quick, but fairly thorough, and produces some income and satisfaction. I’ll outline the process I use, using actual objects I’m considering selling.
People often put stuff out on the curb without advertising it. You can easily spot this because the stuff just stays there for days on end, and it’s “good stuff”. If it’s crap, you can’t tell, but if it’s good stuff, it’ll go. Here’s an example of something good, that was left out up the […]
I sold this piece a few months ago. I originally bought it for $10, and sold it for, I think, $20. I also put around $30 of materials into fixing it up. I got new bottom panels for the drawers, reglued all the joints, washed off the crap on the wood, and also treated it […]