How can I sell my gently used barber chair and station?
My husband opened a barbershop last year, but was unfortunately dealing with a corrupt and shady landlord so was forced to close not long after. Now we have 2 barber chairs, a backwash, and 2 stations to get rid of! We've just been storing them in our house, but since we are about to move I am SO not interested in bringing them with us. We thought about selling on craigslist but I was curious if there are any other ways we could go about selling these off?
well... its too big an item for ebay ... to expensive and specific a product for a yard sale.....
if I were you... Id place an ad on Craigslist... and one more hint-- dont put your phone number or personal email in the ad... use the anonymous option.
you could also check with the salons in your area to see if they are in need of chairs. You could also place a ad in the paper
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