Second-hand items: Yes or No?
• Pamplona, Spain
Like everyone else it would have to be the item. I would not buy a second hand sofa but there again if I saw it in good condition I just might it all depends really. Second hand clothes are not a favourite of mine to buy really.
Second hand items, thrift items, items bought on garage sales are a yes to me. Aside from the price, you never know what unique or treasured items you can find in there. But I choose carefully what I buy. I don't buy broken, unsafe, gross or unsanitary items on second hand sales. There are exemptions - items that are ought to be bought brand new. I may be practical but I'm also choosy when it comes to second hand items.
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
There are some second hand stores in Lake Charles like Goodwill and CARC Treasure Chest in Lake Charles that have shirts and baseball caps that my relatives buy from time to time. Not the greatest shirts of all time but they are good to wear. For example I would like to see a second hand store that sells sports jerseys.
• United States
I am the youngest kid of 4 and had an older sister and several other older female cousins so I got a lot of second-hand items. I see nothing wrong with them if they are in shape. Good Will is one of my favorite places to shop at and everything there is second-hand items from someone else or things stores can't get rid of. I went there last week and bought a shirt and 2 nice cardigans for less than $15. One of those cardigans was from Khol's and still had the price tag on it. It was originally $36 and I got it $4.