eBay is most people’s first stop when they want to clear out their old stuff and changing your rugs this way makes sense. Unless the rugs you are getting rid of are antique, you need to make sure that they are in good condition and if they need it, get them cleaned first. When listing, give clear descriptions of condition and colour – this is essential because even clear pictures can give a misleading idea of what shade it might be and accuracy is essential to prevent people wanting to return what they have bought. If you still have labels on your old rugs to indicate what materials have been used in their manufacture, include this – in fact, there is no such thing as too much information when it comes to an eBay listing.
Getting paid on eBay
Most people choose PayPal when they list something on eBay and this is a very good way of getting paid because it is instant – no waiting for cheques to clear is a very real advantage. From there, you can either choose to pay for items using your PayPal balance or you can move the money (usually within a few hours if not less) to your bank account. Rug Zone has an eBay shop so why not choose your replacement rugs there and pay from your earnings direct. Before listing your rugs, work out how much they will cost to send – if you list wrong postage, you will have to bear any shortfall yourself. On the other hand, it is important not to overcharge; eBay does not look kindly on excessive postage charges. Rug Zone has free delivery of rugs over £50 to most places in the UK so you will be using all your earnings to buy the rug, not pay postage.
Time for a change
Whatever rug you are selling on eBay – traditional rugs go well but so do contemporary rug designs – you can make a change when you buy your new rugs from Rug Zone and give your house interior a real lift. There is nothing simpler than making colour changes using rugs and with rugs in the range from under £20 you won't have to sell everything you own on eBay to make more than enough for a very substantial makeover.