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What can I bring to the sale?

What we accept
Clothing - preemie to juniors. Current styles in very good to excellent condition.
 
Spring/summer sale: bring your spring and summer clothing items. Denim jackets and light windbreakers are fine but avoid fleece, sweaters and heavy coats. Swimsuits are acceptable at our Spring/Summer sale. Jeans are acceptable at either sale.
 
Fall/winter sale: bring your warm clothing, jackets and Halloween costumes but leave sleevless shirts, shorts and bathing suits for the spring/summer sale!
Jeans are acceptable at either sale. 
Shoes - must be in new to excellent condition **Clarified for Spring 2019: shoes must be for the season of the sale- no snow boots in the spring, no sandals or water shoes in the fall.
 
Maternity Clothing - LIMIT 10 items per seller. Any seasons. Nothing over 5 years old.

Baby Equipment - strollers, playpens, high chairs, bouncers, car seats and car seat bases**, swings, slings, gates, play yards, baby carriers, playmats, etc.
Diapering - Good condition cloth diapers, diaper bags, changing pads, wipe warmers, etc
Safety items - Baby proofing items, baby monitors, sound machines, etc
Nursery Items - decor, bedding, cribs**, furniture, bed rails, monitors, etc.
Play Equipment - outdoor and indoor playsets, playhouses, slides, tents, etc.
Sporting Equipment -bikes, basketball goals, riding toys, skates, etc.Sporting equipment may be of all seasons, but we encourage sellers to consider that items will sell better in their correct season. Play balls that aren't fully inflated will be removed from the floor, exceptions only made for sports balls that are intentionally sold deflated.
Nursing and feeding - pillows, pumps **new for Fall 2019- pumps must be NEW IN UNOPENED PACKAGING, pads (new in original packaging), burp cloths, etc.
 
Toys, Books, Software,Videos, Games, Etc. - items must contain all pieces and be in good working order. Please ensure that electronics have working batteries to increase their chance of selling.
** Please fill out our car seats and/or cribs checklist for each of these items you intend to bring to the sale. Car seat bases must also have the checklist and meet the same standards. Go to www.cpsc.gov, www.recalls.gov or visit the manufacturer's website. Car seat recalls can be checked at http://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/recalls/childseat.cfm

What we can't accept

  • Any drop side cribs.

  • Items that are not tagged and prepared as per instructions on this website.

  • Recalled items. Check www.cpsc.gov or www.recalls.gov for list of recalled items. Read further safety info below.

  • Garage sale quality items.

  • "Happy Meal" toys

  • Stuffed animals - except electronic or animated

  • Clothing that has pet hair, smoke or food odors, stains, holes, tears or excessive wear

  • Car seats that: are older than 5 years old, recalled, have expired or will expire within a year of the sale, or have been in an accident and/or sustained any damage. These same standards apply to car seat bases.

  • Socks or underwear - unless they are new in original package or accompany a specific outfit.

  • Food, medicine, or perishables. Bottle, pacifiers or tubes from breast pumps unless new in original packaging.

  • "Event" T-shirts - in general, t-shirts are fine, but please don't bring youth sports team shirts, race event shirts, club t-shirts, etc.

  • Items that do not have all pieces.

 

Little Britches will not sell any item that has been recalled or is otherwise considered unsafe. Here are a few suggestions:

  • Go to www.cpsc.gov or www.recalls.gov to see if your items are recalled. Car Seat recalls can be search for at: http://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/recalls/childseat.cfm.

  • Visually inspect items for missing or loose parts

  • Inspect item for loose or chipping paint.

  • Fill out the crib checklist and/or the car seat safety checklist available on this website

  • If you suspect an item of elevated lead levels DO NOT bring it to the sale. More info at www.cpsc.gov.

  • When it doubt, visit the manufacturer's website. Most have recall info or a 1-800 number.

  • Ask yourself if you would be comfortable having your child exposed to the item, if not - do not bring it to the sale.