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Save Money Christmas Shopping at RehashClothes.com!


"Rehashing is a fashionable way for you to trade your clothing, accessories, and books with others online. You can join groups, socialize, and get fashion, book, and green living tips."

At rehashclothes.com you can swap your gently used or unused new clothes, books and accessories with others- all online. It is completely free to join and the site does not charge fees for swaps made. This just might be a great way to save money Christmas shopping this year, as well as helping our environment by re-using instead of tossing!

After you sign up, you will be able to list clothing, books or jewelry you would like to trade. Then you can check out all the items others have listed, and if you see something you like you can make a trade offer. Once a trade has been agreed upon, you and the other party will determine shipping fees and how to actually complete the trade. They also have a system in place that will help you determine which members have good standings with previous trades, to help you decide which members to make swaps with and which to be cautious with.

So if you are trying to save money this Christmas, head on over and check it out!

And if you are a member of rehashclothes.com already, or have used it in the past, we would love to hear your thoughts about the site and your experiences using it!


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