Uses for Old Sporting Equipment

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Chances are, especially if you have kids, that you have at least some old sporting equipment cluttering up your garage or kids’ rooms. As great as new equipment such as goalie sticks for hockey are, you need to do something with the old stuff. There are a few ways to get rid of that stuff without consigning it to the dump. You could sell it to a place like Play It Again Sports or you could have a yard sale. You could also donate it to charities like Goodwill or to your local youth sports league. However, if you don’t want to go with any of those options (or if the stuff is not worth selling or donating), there are still a number of alternative uses for your old equipment that ar

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2 Responses to Uses for Old Sporting Equipment

  1. Jay says:

    What a fun list!
    Another use for an old bat: PiƱata “stick”! We had a highly decorated (painted, carved) one given to us years ago. Obviously have to be careful using it, but very cool.

  2. Melanie Bailey says:

    You’re quite clever. Thank you for sharing me these tips. Now I have a way of maximizing the use of my sporting equipment.

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