Selling Information & FAQs
What you can sell
Please bring only good quality items that you would be happy to buy yourself!
Clothes should be clean.
Toys and equipment should comply with British Safety Standards.
Puzzles and board games should be complete (it is good to mark all puzzles as complete and secure the boxes or put wooden peg puzzles in clear bags to avoid losing pieces).
All electronic toys should be in working order and with instructions, if possible.
Unless I have authorised it, you are only permitted to sell baby or children's clothes, toys and equipment and associated goods.
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What you can't sell
For health and safety reasons you should avoid selling...
Car seats - It is recommended that you avoid secondhand car seats altogether. You can never be totally sure that it hasn’t been involved in an accident, even when buying from family or friends. It’s not that they would intentionally mislead you, just that some bumps and crunches can be forgotten easily enough, but still affect the car seat.
Mattreses - When it comes to mattresses you need to be extra careful, too. One study, in 2002, found that using secondhand mattresses could increase the risk of cot death. The risk is the mattress can have lost its firmness and shape, and could contain bacteria and dust mites.
Other items which aren't really suitable are:
Baby, toddler & children's helmets; used baby bottles; used dummies; pre-worn underwear; and toys that have loose eyes or buttons.