Brooke (burnalive) wrote in seattle,
Brooke
burnalive
seattle

Does anyone have any advice on how to go about disposing of a large-ish couch? We bought it for $10 at a yard sale about 9 months ago and it's pretty damn dead now, so we don't think we'll have any luck trying to sell the thing.

Does the Salvation Army take things no matter what? Does anyone know where they take furniture donations?

Otherwise, does anyone know what the deal is with bringing furniture to a landfill?

We live in Capitol Hill and our landlord is pretty strict and "hands-on", so I don't think just leaving it on the sidewalk with a "free" sign is going to cut it.
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