Keep your jewlery safe
The best place to hide something is right in front of someone's eyes.
When you have jewelry that should be kept in a safe place, but you
don't want to spend money on those ugly traditional safes, what can
you do to protect her jewelry? A hidden compartment safe might be a
Hidden compartment safes look like real items around the house, but
they have enough space in them to keep your jewelry and other
personal items. For example, they look like cleaning products or soda
cans or books or even electrical outlets.
When shopping around for hidden compartment safes you want to
make sure that you buy a safe that looks like a real product you might
use. For example, soda cans that are weighted to feel full are more
likely to be ignored by an intruder than the ones that are empty and
have distinctive rattle of jewelry! If you have one that tends to rattle,
pack your jewelry with tissue paper to keep it from rattling around.
Another tactic to keep your jewelry safe is to make sure the hidden
compartment safe you are using is a real brand: poorly designed
hidden compartment safes use brands that no one has ever heard of,
while well designed ones use common products that might be found in
nearly every home.
Why are hidden compartment safes so effective? Consider this: an
intruder skulking through your dark empty house and doesn't know
what time the homeowners are coming back, is more likely to look
through the obvious spots rather than open every book in the
bookshelf, shake every pop can in the fridge, or look at every cleaning
product under the sink. And they will definitely not pry open every
electrical outlet in the house!
This activity is a huge time waster for them, since the likelihood of them
finding a hidden compartment safe among several cans of soda is quite
rare. That's what is so great about hidden compartment safes to hide
your jewelry. They use such common items that no thief will spend the
time searching the house so thoroughly!
Next time you're thinking about leaving your house, take a look
around. You've worked hard for your jewelry. Protect those beautiful
Jeff Lakie is the founder of Jewelry Informationa website providing information on Jewelry
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Frequently Asked Questions...
How much should I sell my things for at a garage sale?
CLOTHES (All in good shape/Barely worn)
Wet seal cardigan
Rue 21 tops
DKNY hoodie (Never worn but no tag)
Jessica Louise lace top
Guess halter top
Old Navy 2 piece bathing suit.
Striped bathing suit 2 piece (Halter top/Not brand name)
Plain tops/camis (not brand name)
Skinny Jeans (not brand name)
Black & Brown dress pants with tags still on
Etnie shoes (kind of worn but not bad at all)
American Eagle slip ons (Barely worn)
Never used pink zebra cell phone cover
Hello Kitty purses
Tons of chapter books
Jewlery making kit
(Need the money for help with college, but I know it's a
garage sale so reasonable prices of course!)
Thanks in advance!!!:D
I made $100 last year...so I'm expecting to make more than $5 this year lol especially since I have much more things.
didn't even notice it was in cars & transportation til now. Sorry that I was in a hurry?
Clothes - No more that $5, I don't care whose label it is.
Accessories - $2 - $3
Shoes - $3
Books - 25 - 50 cents
Everything else price ot at $1 and don't turn down any offer.
You are much better off getting rid of it all and selling it cheap then wasting the day and then hauling half of it to Goodwill when you close.