If you end up wanting to get rid of your non-vegan items, there are a few things you can do:
Have a yard sale.
Yard sales are a great way to quickly get rid of non-vegan items like furniture, clothing and even jewelry. It’s also nice to have some money left over afterwards that you can use to buy some new awesome vegan stuff.
Websites like eBay, Amazon and Craigslist and social media pages are great ways to turn your old, gross non-vegan stuff into cash, but they need a bit of setting up. You might need to set up a PayPal account if you don’t already have one.
You definitely won’t get a fair price, as pawn shops need to turn a profit to stay in business, so this should be a last resort. Pawn shops can be rather picky too, so stick to your safe bets: jewellery, valuable trinkets and really, really old stuff.
And obvs for, silk and feathers. Anything else?
How do I know which of my clothes aren’t vegan apart from leather of course?
I gave most of mine to Goodwill. I figured there’s someone out there looking for a black leather jacket and if they find one there, they won’t cause there to be a need to make a new one from another living creature.
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