I am trying to find some things to sell on a yard sale site. I don't have enough stuff for a table to be done at my place so I wanted to do the online route.
I am planning on selling a metal toddler bed with the mattress. When I went to wash the bedding that was on it, I discovered the mattress had been torn a bit. It's a crib mattress so it's that foam material. It wasn't discolored, still fairly new, but the white plastic layer had been ripped a bit. That would make it unsellable wouldn't it? I would think as a starting item people would want a mattress with it...then at the same time, most people that are needing a toddler bed HAVE their old crib mattresses, but I just feel so guilty for letting a perfectly usable kid mattress to go to the trash (fighting any hoarding tendencies). It MUST go and a bit part says I want a bit of spending money so I can do some comfort shopping to make up for those visible memories.
Overall...is it worth selling it since it's just a tear or just trash it? Then again...if I curb it...someone might take it...but my logic gets funny there (again, those tendencies).
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