Downsizing Using Reshopper

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***I received compensation for this Reshopper post, but as always all opinions are my own***

My daughter is almost 11, yet I have found myself holding on to multiple totes of toys, clothes and baby essentials that I really don’t currently have a use for but can’t fully get rid of. One big item I decided has to go is my crib mattress. It was used for less than a month and is collecting dust in my home office.

Reshopper was extremely user friendly and took less than 10 minutes to post. It can be downloaded by iPhone or Android users.

To post items:

  1. Select a picture
  2. List Brand
  3. What Item You Are Selling
  4. Size
  5. Condition
  6. Price
  7. Optional Description

I really liked that all items on Reshopper are for babies, children or maternity. I didn’t have to scroll through household or other items for sale. If I had been looking to purchase other items on the app, it gives me the option to search for items in a certain radius close to me, save my favourite items or follow specific users. The app has a strong community feel vs just making a quick transaction. I also really liked that all items have a picture so you aren’t just purchasing based off of a description like other online selling options.  As someone who doesn’t currently have a baby I personally would think to this site for baby shower shopping.


Reshopper gives the power back to mom and dad when it comes to how they shop and how they want to spend. Reshopper offers a great way to get good quality products that still have life to give, making it a very earth friendly option for any earth conscience shopper. Keeping waste down by ensuring all our stuff gets as much use out of it as possible – such a large portion of our clothing and household items end up in the landfill reshopper gives you a way to help lower your negative impact!

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