K.S. asks from Littleton, CO on January 24, 2009
C.E. answers from Provo on January 25, 2009
I find that with selling on the internet, posting clear, detailed pictures helps a ton.
C.S. answers from Salt Lake City on January 25, 2009
I might be interested in buying some diapers from you. How much are you selling them for? Sorry, I don't have any advice!
C.C. answers from Denver on January 25, 2009
I bought my cloth diapers off ebay after doing alot of looking on craigslist. There just weren't anything to buy when I was looking. I would definitely try it.
A.S. answers from Denver on January 25, 2009
I just sold all of my cloth diapers on Craigslist! They were gone in about a week.
N.B. answers from Salt Lake City on January 25, 2009
I successfully sold a few (24 or so) on DiaperSwappers.com. There are no listing fees or anything, but you can have your buyer(s) pay via PayPal. Good luck!
T.C. answers from Colorado Springs on January 25, 2009
I had immediate response (within 15 minutes) when I listed household items on CL (quilt, coffee table). But I've had absolutely zero response to my listing for a practically brand new women's wool dress coat and a practically brand new suede men's jacket. So in my experience, no, clothing doesn't do well on CL. Good luck!
C.P. answers from Salt Lake City on January 25, 2009
You can also try KSL.COM on their classifieds I have sold tons of stuff on that website. good luck!