Stuff U Sell filmed for brand new ITV daytime series, Storage Hoarders
Stuff U Sell was filmed for ITV1's brand new show, Storage Hoarders, featuring Aggie MacKenzie.
Self-Storage is big business and on the rise. This new 20 x 60' series will meet the people who have taken their storage hoarding habits too far.
Stuff U Sell is one of the UK's leading eBay traders, selling hundreds of items every week, from furniture to fashion, art to antiques, gadgets, gizmos, house clearance and even whole kitchens. Stuff U Sell has years of experience helping hoarders de-clutter and make some money back from their collection. For the Storage Hoarders show we helped one of the hoarders sell the furniture he'd been keeping in storage but no longer had any use for.
In the series Aggie MacKenzie will meet the people who are still clinging onto things they never see or use. In each episode they'll be challenged to sort through their stuff and say goodbye to the things with they no longer need. An antiques expert will seek out any hidden gems and turn their forgotten collectibles into hard cash at the auction.
Along the way Aggie will explore the emotional reasons why people struggle to let go of the past and enlists the help of a long-suffering partner, friend or relative to help them break the habit. At the end, our Hoarders hope to be happier, richer and clutter free.
Tune into the series from Monday, 10th December at 2pm on ITV1.
Notes for Editors
Stuff U Sell is one of the UK's largest eBay trading assistants. Items for sale are delivered to our warehouse, or collected by us, and we do the rest (research, listing, photography, liaising with buyers, shipping, logistics, customer service, and settlement).
We are an eBay Top Rated Seller with 99+% positive feedback rating. Buyers can be certain that their transactions will go smoothly and they are dealing with a seller who has consistently met & exceeded the requirements established by eBay. See our current auctions on eBay.
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