Murfreesboro, TN

 Non Accepted Items

 

 

 

  • Clothes with stains, fading, discoloration, fuzz balls, missing buttons, holes, rips, snags, broken zippers, smoke smell, over-washed, worn knees or seats. 

  • Any outdated clothing items-generally clothes from 3-5 years ago don't sell well.  No t-shirts from vacation or summer camp, etc.  High School Musical and Hannah Montana are now outdated. 

  • For Spring Only!!!  No longsleeves, no thick pants, no coats (light weight jackets and cardigan sweaters okay), fall or Christmas outfits, any clothing that is winter material such as velvet, velour, corduroy, etc.
  • For Fall Only!!!  No bathing suits, tank tops, sandals, or any clothing that would only be worn only in the summer.

  • Shoes that are dirty or overly worn

  • formal prom type dresses  and Ladies clothing not accepted (maternity ok)


  • DVDs, VHS, and CDs are NOT accepted.  They don't sell well anymore at all. 

  • TVs

  • Books in bags  and no adult books (parenting books okay) No imagination library (free in the mail books)

  • fragile figurines and artwork

  • stuffed animals
  • Any item that has been recalled. Go to www.cpsc.gov to search for recalled products.

  • Cribs of any kind manufactured before June 28, 2011 (new law)
  • Bumbos without the new seatbelt attachment
  • Monogrammed or personalized items
  • Car seats that have been recalled, in an accident, or expired (this is usually 5 or 6 yrs after manufacture depending on brand). For recall information, call the Dept. of Transportation at 1-800-424-9393 or visit http://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/recalls/childseat.cfm .

  • Any items outlawed in the Consumer Products Safety Improvement Act of 2008 (lead paint and phthalates).    Products that may contain lead include children’s jewelry, painted wooden or painted metal toys, and flimsily made toys that are easily breakable into small parts.  Among the recalled children’s products to pay particular attention to are cribs, play yards, and dolls and stuffed toys that have button, eyes, noses or other small parts that are not securely fastened and could present a choking hazard for small children.  Phthalates are a group of chemicals that are used to make vinyl and other plastics soft and flexible.  Balls, bath toys/bath books, dolls and inflatable pool toys are examples of toys that are covered by the law and might contain phthalates as are certain bibs, child placemats, cribs, booster seats, pacifiers and teethers. Anything purchased after February 2009 is safe to consign at our sale.  The new lead limits were in place by then, and anything manufactured after this date will be in compliance.  Read more here 

 

We reserve the right to refuse or pull from the sales floor any items that are worn, in poor condition, stained, torn, etc. 

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