Been frequenting thrift & second hand stores long before it became trendy to do so. I shop the Gordon Blvd. store frequently. They do staple the prices to the clothing & linens. Because of this, I almost never buy any clothing there. Delicate fabrics & todays thin t-shirts do not survive the staples no matter how careful you are in removing them. Prices on bric-a-brac is not too bad, except I have seen Dollar Tree items priced for over $1.00. BTW, nothing in this store is ever under $0.99. Another heads up, I have seen IKEA merchandise priced at more than the original price! There are deals to be found, but I'm just saying you have to be aware & not fall into the trap of thinking you're getting a deal b/c it's in a thrift store. You can test electronics by using the power strips located in the appliance area. The prices on books are very fair & their selection is great. Overall, this particular store is clean and well-maintained. The glassware is displayed by color & like items are grouped together. Best of all, there are no screaming children running around scattering toys all over the store and on the floor. the 3-star rating is because they staple the clothing & linens. Why can't they use the tool some retailers still use where the price-tag is applied with a plastic string and inserted at the seam.
Serving the Woodbridge Area
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