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Displaying Clothes at a Yard Sale

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May 12, 2009

I have some clothing I'd like to sell at my yard sale. However, I have no rack, clothesline, or fence to display them on. What can I do or use to display my clothes?


Thanks in advance for the clever advice I'm sure I'll get from all of you!

By Jenlyn from Tonawanda, NY


May 12, 20090 found this helpful
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I have went so far as to lay a tarp down on the ground and set them nicely in stacks. Unfolded, layered on top of each other works best because they know they aren't in a department store, and are usually in a hurry to get in and get out!

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May 12, 20091 found this helpful
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My neighbor hung a lot of clothes on a pole strung between two ladders. Worked fine.

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May 20, 20090 found this helpful
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I used the ladder and pole and it worked well. Also, hang them from a tree, fold them nicely on a table and if you have a garage, hang them along the garage door track.

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January 21, 2007

I bought a ton of baby clothes at a bag sale and plan on having a garage sale this summer. Each item of clothing would be a $1. My question is should I leave the tags on... most things are priced between $2.50-$4. It would be easier to leave them on but how would you feel going to a sale like this?


Seeme from Oregon


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January 22, 20070 found this helpful
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Some people may see the $2.50-$4.00 tags and not buy them, thinking that's the price for them. I personally wouldn't pay that much either. If you want to keep the tags on you should make a giant sign saying that the clothes are actually $1.00 each and place it where everyone is sure to see it.

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