Spring is a time for revival. And what better way to breathe fresh life into your home than through a good spring cleaning and gardening project! Your home will look better inside and out, and you’ll reap the benefits that come with a renewed sense of space and pride in your home.
Start your spring cleaning venture by going through your closet and garage space, and clearing out items that you don’t need or use. Divide all that stuff into separate piles, one for trash, one for giving away, and one for pawning.
Electronics and Musical Instruments
If you’ve upgraded your electronics recently, there’s no reason to hold onto the outdated equipment. You can earn cash on your used electronic items at your local pawn shop. And if you haven’t upgraded yet, pawning your old models can give you the cash you need to put towards the latest and greatest. The same goes for musical instruments that have been sitting around the house collecting dust from that time you thought your child would pick up the guitar, or you signed up for keyboard lessons but it didn’t quite work out. Your local pawn shop can be a great place to turn them in for cash.
Jewelry and Antiques
Grandma’s old necklace and your mother’s antique dining table may hold sentimental value, but unless you’re planning on wearing the necklace or incorporating last decade’s decor into your modern home, these items are just taking up space and could be making you money instead.
Tools, Bikes, and Outdoor Gear
Power tools and other outdoor gear are also great items for pawning. Whether it’s your old drill, antique watering can, bicycle, or fishing rod, your local pawn shop will be more than happy to take recreational equipment and other outdoor gear off your hands.
By clearing out the old, not only will you feel great about getting rid of the clutter, but you’ll feel great about the extra cash in your wallet. And with that extra cash, consider a curb-appeal improvement project! Make the most of your home this spring, and start a home garden! You may even be able to find some of the gardening tools you’ll need at the pawn shop!